Overblog
Edit post Follow this blog Administration + Create my blog
my blogs

latest softwares,technology,gadgetsand entertainment related blog

How to Watch the Oscar-Winning Movie “Parasite” Online?

Bong Joon-ho’s Oscar-winning film Parasite is a satire about wealth disparity. It is a South Korean dark comedy that follows a low-income family that infiltrates a wealthy family as highly qualified employees. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on 21 May 2019 and won the Palme d’Or. It is one of the most appreciated movies of this year and received many accolades. Parasites won the four prestigious Academy Awards (Oscars), including Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best International Feature Film, and Best Picture. It also received the BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language and the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Parasite is undoubtedly the best picture in recent times; it portrays the current society and its cutthroat survival competition. And thankfully, the movie is finally available on the streaming platform.

How to Watch Parasite Online?

Amazon Prime’s users can watch the movie online from 23 October 2020. That means the one who has Prime’s subscription can access the cinematic wonder without paying extra. So now, the users can watch the movie comfortably in their homes from laptops or mobile phones.

Is Parasite Subtitled or Dubbed in English?

Well, it is not dubbed in the English language. The dialogues in the film are in Korean with English subtitles for the United Kingdom release. However, that should not resist you from watching the year’s or maybe decade’s most incredible film.

 

 

Bong Joon-ho once said while accepting the Golden Globe Award that once viewers overcome the one-inch barrier of subtitles, they will be introduced to a whole new different and amazing movie out there. And the saying makes a lot of sense because then the audience will experience different cultures through the films.

Bong Joon-ho’s Other Directed Films

Bong Joon-ho is a South Korean movie producer and director known for his black humor work and most socially oriented. His film Barking Dogs Never Bite captured audience attention in 2000, after which he delivered his next commercial hit, Memories of Murder, in 2003. In 2006 he made The Host, which won the Best Film Award at the Blue Dragon Film Awards and Asian Film Awards. Joon-ho’s films Okja also screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017 before Parasite.

Bong featured in the list of Top 100 Most Influential People in 2020 Time and as the Top 25 directors of 21st Century on Metacritic.

What is Parasite About?

Parasite is a mixed genre of dark comedy, psychological thriller, and class satire. The movie follows two families on two extremities of the class-based society. The low-income family, the Kims, infiltrates into the wealthy family’s lives, the Parks, as highly skilled individual employees. Kim Kii-woo gives tuition classes to the Park’s daughter Da-hye and then helps his sister get employed as an art tutor for Da-hye’s brother, Da-song. The Kim children then plan to defame the Park’s driver and bring their father for the job. And lastly, they trick the housekeeper into replacing her with their mother, Moon-gwang. Everything is going smooth until the Kims find that Moon-gwang has been hiding her husband in the Park’s basement.

The film’s representation of the city depicts the class system and how the lower middle class is fighting a battle against each other every day to be in a better place. The poor man smell from Geun-se tells that, irrespective of the clothes, every man has a smell of where it belongs, and one can not mask it.

Parasite took an ugly turn when the lives of the upper class and lower class clashed. Park’s son’s birthday party turns into grief, and Geun-se escapes after killing Dong-ik. Later Geun-se starts living in the Park’s basement to run from the police. He tries to connect with his son through Morse code signals.

Income inequality is everywhere these days, and Parasite is a movie that is more pessimistic about economic mobility. It highlights the fact that those who are born poor will die poor. The Kims may get rich in the future and buy the house to free his father, but that will not happen. The film tells us we all are trapped where we are.

 

Source:-   How to Watch the Oscar-Winning Movie “Parasite” Online.

Share this post
Repost0
To be informed of the latest articles, subscribe:
Comment on this post