All unemployed, Ki-taek's family takes peculiar interest in the wealthy and glamorous Parks for their livelihood until they get entangled in an unexpected incident.
ActorsStarring: Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Yeo-jeong, Choi Woo-shik, Park So-dam, Lee Jung-eun, Chang Hyae-jin, Park Myung-hoon, Jung Ji-so, Jung Hyeon-jun, Park Keun-rok, Jung Yi-seo, Cho Jae-myung, Jeong Ik-han, Kim Gyu-baek, Ahn Seong-bong, Yoon Young-woo, Park Jae-wook, Lee Dong-yong, Jeon Eun-mi, Kim Geon, Lee Joo-hyung, Lee Ji-hye, Kim Bo-ryeong, Park Hye-sook, Baek Seung-hwan, Riccardo Ferraresso, Ko Kwan-jae, Lee Si-hoon, Seo Bok-hyeon, Shim Soo-mi, Yoon Hye-ri, Andreas Fronk, Anna Elisabeth Rihlmann, Rosie Peralta, Shin Seung-min, Park Seo-jun, Kwak Sin-ae
My opinion : Proudly living up to its title, Parasite is a richly fulfilling cake with numerous intricate layers that compile each other. It’s a comedic highly intelligent concept, a dark brooding drama at its core haunted engine, a thoughtful and poignant expression on the division of societal classes from bourgeois to poverty. A mystery intertwined with a pack of excellent plot twist that (although I predicted half of them) advanced the beautiful story with masterful fluidity and cutting edge speed and unpredictability. Performances here are phenomenal, the cinematography incredible and even the musical composition wonderful and despite not having a perfect climax, its hard even for the most despicably bitter of individuals not to be charmed by Parasite’s visceral greatness. 93/100