“Bong’s films turn ideology into action. Think of the class warfare allegory in Snowpiercer as the disenfranchised in the back fought their way to the front of the train, or the giant reptile monster in The Host growing out of a U.S. Army base’s reckless pollution. His stories are his political stances, and every shot in Parasite is some sort of argument.” – WBUR’s The ARTery, 10/18/2019

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