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In Reply to: RE: Parasite posted by jedrider on June 14, 2020 at 08:59:23
Much has been made of the violence in the picture, but war and zombie films have much more. If you want info on possible film meaning, the web is full of reviews. Most mention class warfare...
I turned it off before the violence, fortunately.
The whole family mulching in the big new house dreaming up new ways to suck money out of that family just reminded me of Trump and all his relatives and cronies as they dream up new ways to loot the government and its people.
showed a way to do it, exploiting the vulnerability of the rich that take themselves so seriously (the art lesson for the kid). The Trumps, if you wish, were the original inhabitants of the home.
in SK film. No matter the subject something comes up and lashes out. If pure violence is desired then SK can provide you with nearly non-stop, top quality violence. They have a knack for such things.
slathering Commies on your doorstep, 24/7/365? That said, the films of director Hong Sangsoo are the exception. "Hotel by the River" is a good starting point to his many, many films (nary a drop of blood in any of 'em).
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