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Sunday, 13. 09. 2020 / 19:00 / Main Hall

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From 28 November 2019

Parasite Gisaengchung

Bong Joon-ho / South Korea / 2019 / 132 min / Korean

Screenings

Sunday, 13. 09. 2020 / 19:00 / Main Hall

Rain-Check Screenings

A family tragicomedy depicting the inevitable collision that ensues when Ki-woo, the eldest son in a family of four unemployed adults, is introduced to the wealthy Park family for a well-paid tutoring job.

cast Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Yeo-jeong, Choi Woo-shik, Park So-dam

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The DVD of the film is available in our Bookshop. (List of available DVDs in Slovene only)

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"Troubling and wildly entertaining." - The New York Times. Parasite won the Palme d'Or in Cannes, took home most Academy awards and became the first non-English language film in Oscar history to win the award for Best Picture.

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