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Freuen Sie sich drauf! Finally, Chung-sook takes over as the Parks' housekeeper after the Kims exploit the peach allergy of the long-time housekeeper, Moon-gwang, to convince Mrs Park that she has tuberculosis.
When the Parks leave on a camping trip, the Kims revel in the luxuries of their residence before Moon-gwang appears at the door, telling Chung-sook she has left something in the basement.
She enters a hidden entrance to an underground bunker created by the architect and previous homeowner, where Moon-gwang's husband, Geun-sae, has been secretly living for over four years, hiding from loan sharks.
Chung-sook refuses Moon-gwang's pleas to help Geun-sae remain in the bunker, but the eavesdropping Kims accidentally reveal themselves.
Moon-gwang films them and threatens to send the video to the Parks. A severe rainstorm brings the Parks home early, and the Kims scramble to clean up the home and subdue Moon-gwang and Geun-sae before they return.
The Kims trap Geun-sae and Moon-gwang in the bunker. Mrs Park reveals to Chung-sook that Da-song had a seizure -inducing traumatic experience on a previous birthday, when he saw a "ghost"—actually Geun-sae—emerging from the basement.
The Kims manage to sneak out of the house, but not before hearing Mr Park's off-handed comments about how Ki-taek smells bad. They find their home flooded with sewer water and are forced to shelter in a gymnasium with other displaced people.
The next day, Mrs Park hosts a house party for Da-song's birthday with the Kim family's help. Ki-woo enters the bunker with the scholar's rock to face Geun-sae.
Finding Moon-gwang has died from a concussion she received during the earlier fight, he is attacked by Geun-sae, who bludgeons his head with the rock and escapes, leaving Ki-woo lying in a pool of blood in the basement.
Seeking to avenge Moon-gwang, Geun-sae stabs Ki-jung with a kitchen knife in front of the horrified party guests. Da-song suffers another seizure upon seeing Geun-sae, and a struggle breaks out until Chung-sook fatally impales Geun-sae with a barbecue skewer.
While Ki-taek tends to a severely bleeding Ki-jung, Mr Park orders Ki-taek to throw the car key to him so he can take Da-song to the hospital.
In the chaos, Ki-taek, upon seeing Mr Park's disgusted reaction to Geun-sae's smell, takes the knife and kills him. Ki-taek then flees the scene, leaving behind the rest of the Kim family.
Weeks later, Ki-woo is recovering from brain surgery. He and Chung-sook are convicted of fraud and put on probation. Ki-jung has died and Ki-taek, wanted by the police for Mr Park's murder, cannot be found.
Geun-sae has been assumed to be a homeless man, and neither his nor Ki-taek's motive for the stabbings are known. Ki-woo spies on the Parks' home, now sold to a German family unaware of its history, and sees a message in Morse code from a flickering light.
Ki-taek, who escaped into the bunker via the garage, has buried Moon-gwang in the backyard and now raids the refrigerator at night and flickers the light every day, hoping Ki-woo will see it.
Still living in their original basement apartment with his mother, Ki-woo writes a letter to Ki-taek, vowing to earn enough money to one day purchase the house and reunite with his father.
The idea for Parasite originated in While working on Snowpiercer , Bong was encouraged by a theatre actor friend to write a play.
He had been a tutor for the son of a wealthy family in Seoul in his early 20s, and considered turning his experience into a stage production.
Bong said "Because the story is about the poor family infiltrating and creeping into the rich house, it seems very obvious that Parasite refers to the poor family, and I think that's why the marketing team was a little hesitant.
But if you look at it the other way, you can say that rich family, they're also parasites in terms of labor. They can't even wash dishes, they can't drive themselves, so they leech off the poor family's labor.
So both are parasites. After completing Snowpiercer , Bong wrote a fifteen-page film treatment for the first half of Parasite , which his production assistant on Snowpiercer , Han Jin-won, turned into three different drafts of the screenplay.
Bong said the film was influenced by the Korean "domestic Gothic" film The Housemaid in which a middle-class family's stability is threatened by the arrival of a disruptive interloper in the form of household help.
Bong said "I got this feeling that I was infiltrating the private lives of complete strangers. Every week I would go into their house, and I thought how fun it would be if I could get all my friends to infiltrate the house one by one.
Darcy Paquet , an American residing in South Korea, served as translator for the English subtitles and worked directly with Bong.
It is a mix of Chapagetti and Neoguri produced by Nongshim. Paquet believed the word ram-don did not previously exist as he found no results on Google.
With an unfamiliar word, the humor is lost". Principal photography for Parasite began on 18 May ,   and ended days later on 19 September The Parks' house was a specially constructed set.
The ground floor and the garden were constructed on an empty outdoor lot, while the basement and first floor were constructed on set. Bong, as part of the scripting, had also designed the basic layout of this home.
Each character and each team has spaces that they take over that they can infiltrate, and also secret spaces that they don't know.
Lee said, "Since Mr Park's house is built by an architect in the story, it wasn't easy finding the right approach to designing the house I'm not an architect, and I think there's a difference in how an architect envisions a space and how a production designer does.
We prioritize blocking and camera angles while architects build spaces for people to actually live in and thus design around people.
So I think the approach is very different. Lee said the sun was an important factor when building the outdoor set.
In terms of practical lighting, the DP [director of photography Hong Kyung-pyo] had specific requests regarding the color. He wanted sophisticated indirect lighting and the warmth from tungsten light sources.
Before building the set, the DP and I visited the lot several times to check the sun's movement each time, and we decided on the set's location together".
The Kims' semi-basement apartment and its street were also built on set, partially out of necessity for filming the flooding scenes. He also created stories for the Kims' neighbours and added details of those residents along the street to improve the authenticity of the street's appearance.
According to editor Yang Jin-mo , Bong Joon-ho chose to shoot the film without traditional coverage. To give them more editing options with limited shots, they sometimes stitched together different takes of the same shot.
The principal release and editing of the film was done for release in color. A black and white version of the film was produced prior to the world premiere in Cannes and debuted on 26 January at the International Film Festival Rotterdam and was re-screened from 29 to 31 January.
It also received a limited release in some countries. The score was written by South Korean composer Jung Jae-il, who also wrote the score for Bong Joon-ho's film Okja.
Jung's music for Parasite consists of "minimalist piano pieces, punctuated with light percussion", which sets the film's "tense atmosphere".
When the song made it to the December shortlist for the 92nd Academy Awards in the Best Original Song category,  it was listed under a grammatically correct English title, "A Glass of Soju".
The English titles of the scores listed below are as displayed in the back cover of the album and in the international digital releases of the soundtrack;   the romanisation of names and nouns used are slightly different from those seen in the official English subtitles as translated by Darcy Paquet.
The soundtrack was released by Sacred Bones Records on vinyl in January and was co-released by Waxwork Records on a different colour variant of vinyl.
The main themes of Parasite are class conflict , social inequality and wealth disparity. This term came about due to high rates of youth-unemployment and requirements of higher education , the crisis of home affordability, and the increasing socio-economic gap between the wealthy and poor.
Critics have also considered the themes of colonialism and imperialism. According to Ju-Hyun Park, the film plays out within "the capitalist economic order inaugurated and upheld in Korea by colonial occupation ," and the use of English language in the film denotes prestige within that economic system.
But in this family, that story is reduced to a young boy's hobby and decoration That's what happens in our current time: The context and meaning behind these actual things only exists as a surface-level thing".
Its title is an allegory that is a calculation made by Bong that it would take approximately years for Ki-woo to earn enough money to purchase the house.
Choi Woo-shik stated that "I'm pretty sure Ki-woo is one of those bright kids. He'll come up with some idea, and he would just go into the German family's house, and I think he will rescue his father.
Even in this fantasy scenario, Ki-taek would still be contained in the house by a legal system that would seek his prosecution and imprisonment.
The forces that created and upheld the Kim family's separation would not be undone, merely adapted to. Neon acquired the US and Canadian rights to the film at the American Film Market.
It was released in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Films on 27 June  becoming both the highest-ever-grossing Korean film in the region  and the distributor's highest-ever-grossing non-English-language film in Australia ,  Russia on 4 July , and in the United States and Canada on 11 October It was licensed for the United Kingdom and Ireland by Curzon Artificial Eye at Cannes, and had preview screenings in cinemas nationwide with an interview with Bong Joon-ho shared live by satellite on 3 February , followed by the film's general release on 7 February.
Neon expanded the number of North American theatres showing the film from 1, to 2, starting the weekend of 14 February , following the film's recognition at the Academy Awards,  despite the film having already been released on home video in the region.
On 28 January , Parasite was released on Blu-ray Disc in Region A and DVD in Region 1 by Neon, with distribution by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
On 24 February , the subscription-based streaming service Hulu announced that it had secured exclusive rights to stream the film in the United States, starting on 8 April A special monochrome version of the film, Parasite: Black-and-White Edition , had its world premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in January and was released in cinemas in some cities in the United States in the same month.
It was released on 24 July in the United Kingdom and Ireland by Curzon Artificial Eye in cinemas and on-demand simultaneously,  and was released on 27 October , in the United States and Canada by the Criterion Collection on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, as part of their special edition rerelease.
Following its Academy Awards success, Parasite received significant rescreening, generating significant further revenue.
The Associated Press reported the biggest "Oscar effect" since after Gladiator won the Oscar for Best Picture.
It also ranked No. Parasite also surged back to fourth place in South Korea's box office by attracting more than 80, viewers.
The website's critics consensus reads: "An urgent, brilliantly layered look at timely social themes, Parasite finds writer-director Bong Joon Ho in near-total command of his craft.
Writing for The New York Times , A. Scott described the film as "wildly entertaining, the kind of smart, generous, aesthetically energized movie that obliterates the tired distinctions between art films and popcorn movies".
Michael Wood writing for the London Review of Books found its following a theme of class consciousness to be consistent with the director's previous Snowpiercer stating, "The theme of social ascent, or social difference as a landscape, could hardly be more obvious, but we are beginning to get the movie's idea: not to avoid stereotypes but to keep crashing into them".
Club ' s A. Parasite ranked first in a survey by IndieWire of over critics, in the Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Foreign Film categories.
Parasite won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. It became the first South Korean film to do so, as well as the first film to win with a unanimous vote since Blue Is the Warmest Colour at the Cannes Film Festival.
It became the second international film to ever be nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture since Life Is Beautiful , and ultimately won the category, making it the first international film to win the prize.
Parasite was submitted as the South Korean entry for Best International Feature Film for the 92nd Academy Awards , making the December shortlist. Parasite became the first non-English language film in Academy Awards history to win Best Picture.
Parasite also became the first South Korean film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards and the second East Asian film to receive a nomination for Best Picture since Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon ,  and Bong Joon-ho became the fourth Asian to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Director, becoming the second to win following Ang Lee.
It also received nominations for Best Film Editing and Best Production Design. At the 56th Grand Bell Awards , Parasite earned a leading 11 nominations with 5 awards the most for the show to its name.
It won for Best Film, Best Director for Bong Joon Ho , Best Supporting Actress for Lee Jung-eun , Best Screenplay for Bong Joon Ho and Han Jin-Won , and Best Music for Jung Jae-il.
During Bong Joon-ho's acceptance speech at the Oscars, he paused to thank Martin Scorsese , a co-nominated director, whom Bong recognised as having historical importance to the history of filmmaking which resulted in spontaneous applause from the audience in recognition of Scorsese during his speech.
The following day Scorsese sent the director a personal congratulatory letter which Bong reported while on a speaking engagement at the Lincoln Center Film Society where Bong stated that he could not share the full letter from Scorsese due to its personal nature.
He did, however, share the conclusion of the letter by stating that Scorsese told him that "You've done well. Now rest. But don't rest for too long.
The Associated Press commented that although the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences AMPAS had previously failed to adequately recognise women filmmakers in the Academy Award nominations, this time it acknowledged diversity.
The AP noted that the film's victory, because of its being an Oscar-winning foreign film in a regular Academy category, opens the door for Hollywood to undergo a radical change and a different kind of advancement.
The Wall Street Journal also stated that the film seemed to promise a "more inclusive Oscars" demanded by those who have previously criticised AMPAS.
An HBO limited series based on the film, with Bong and Adam McKay as executive producers, is in early development. A South Korean local government Goyang City plans to restore the Goyang Aqua Special Shooting Studio set, where the film Parasite was produced, and use it as a Parasite movie experience tourism facility.
The Seoul Tourism Organization STO has been criticised by South Korea's opposition party and residents of Seoul for introducing a tour route featuring filming locations and stories from the film.
The Justice Party claims that it became famous due to the universal recognition of global inequality.
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Kinos aus Bremen.Its always nice to see foreign language films having worldwide success. Yeon Kyo as Cho Yeo Jeong. Park in the film who goes by Nathan but he mentions that he learned his surname, Bong, has a Terra Nova Staffel 2 in the US.