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Parasite: A classic forboding of excess and greed

Korean film makers have been knocking on Hollywood's door for some time now. From 2003's Old Boy, which did achieve critical acclaim, even if it's graphic violence wasn't quite to everyone's taste, 2010's Poetry, to 2016's The Handmaiden and The Age of Shadows which both deal with Japan's occupation of Korea have all achieved a certain amount of recognition, but didn't transfer well across the globe.

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