Bong Joon Ho's capitalist critique and modern masterpiece is one of the most original and exciting films to hit any theater worldwide in recent memory, so it's no wonder that it surged ahead of a crowded field to take home the coveted Best Picture trophy.
Accepting the award for best foreign-language film at the Golden Globes last month, the South Korean filmmaker, who has worked in both Seoul and Hollywood, said: "Once you overcome the 1-inch-tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more awesome films".
After bringing home the night's top prize at last week's Oscars, Bong Joon-ho's Parasite is getting another major treatment as it and his 2003 crime drama Memories of Murder are both being added to the Criterion Collection!
Bong Joon Ho's Best Picture victor "Parasite" and his 2003 film "Memories of Murder" will receive special edition releases as part of the Criterion Collection, the "Parasite" distributor Neon and Criterion announced Thursday.
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Parasite It is set in the middle of the two families, the Parks, the image of aspirational wealth, and the Kim, rich in street intelligence, but not much else. Designed by Ki-woo in college age, Kim children are conveniently installed as tutors and art therapists in the Parks.
Locations featured in South Korea's Oscar-winning Parasite movie have enjoyed a business boom since its Oscar triumph, with a pizza store seeing sales double. The film, which also unanimously won the Palme d'Or at Cannes, has amassed over $38M at the domestic box office and broke multiple records including highest per screen average of the year and highest per screen average for a foreign language film of all time.
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