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25 comments

Thomas Flight 06/09/2021 - 19:14

I'm planning to do a Q&A video soon, if you have any questions for me about movies, TV, my process, or anything else, comment below and I might address it in the video! Thanks.

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Ryan Clark 06/09/2021 - 19:14

My favorite moment in the movie is in the first scene, when the fumigator is on the street- the dad says they should keep the window open to kill the stink bugs. When the smoke comes in the whole family protests but the dad become stone faced and laser focused on the box folding video. Such a real, unsettling moment, foreshadowing the darker side of the family we're rooting for.

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Sicao is dead 06/09/2021 - 19:14

My favourite most metaphorical scene of the film is after the family escape from the house and rush home in the torrential rain, the image of them drudging down the steep steps in awful weather, falling into abyss. It perfectly represents their demise back to poverty, from perfect bliss in a mansion, to literal shit all over them. Powerful.

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SNÆDÍS 06/09/2021 - 19:14

when you talking about a cinematography of a filam,,you should gives the credit to the cinematographer to right,,

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Duván Andrés Solis Arrieta 06/09/2021 - 19:14

That kill makes so much sense now, after all those lines. I mean I got the idea of what motivates him to do that, but this is great.

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Enrico Isidori 06/09/2021 - 19:14

The best film analysis I've ever seen, thank you

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Aldo 06/09/2021 - 19:14

Oh my god

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Room Cleaning Enterprise 06/09/2021 - 19:14

I remember just picking a random movie to watch. had no expectations, had no idea who Bong Joon-ho was and holy shit, what an expericence. I was utterly confused and shocked and in awe and crying all at the same time when walking out of that cinema.

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Kai Cepeda Vallecillo 06/09/2021 - 19:14

This is great. Thanks! Your videos help me so much, they're great! Love them

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Ser Abiótico 06/09/2021 - 19:14

The ending works, among a lot of things, because of the planified contrast. The entire film was order and clean shots. Then, the climax is chaos and irregularities. It's a clever move to develop moods visually.

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Kenji Polk Audio 06/09/2021 - 19:14

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aamani :-p 06/09/2021 - 19:14

i know absolutely nothing about cinematography, but i can say with almost 100% confidence that i enjoyed bong joon ho's smoother, flowy cinematography more than any western movie that i've watched.

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Ken Flanagan 06/09/2021 - 19:14

I am sure that I am in a minority but I find this kind of cinematography too storyboarded and rather predictable. As for the director there is an otherness about his work for sure but I feel that comes from a cultural difference. It reminds me sometimes of studio ghibli animation and feels rather staged and one paced and rather self conscious. I can’t say that I am a fan of the directors work in general and have found most of his films a real struggle to enjoy. It’s a bit like watching Marcel Marceau at his peak. Undoubtedly crafted and admirable but never really escapes its form to be really engaging. Maybe it’s just me.

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Alex Withers 06/09/2021 - 19:14

Great video, but I'm not sure how you can discuss cinematography and not mention lighting once. Cinematography literally means painting/drawing with light… and Parasite uses lighting to spectacular effect.

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I-Deni-I 06/09/2021 - 19:14

A masterpiece

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Colin Judge 06/09/2021 - 19:14

When you started showing all the separate shots in which the characters are divided by a line, that gave me chills. Even if some of them where coincidence, there are so many of them that the overall theme is impossible to ignore.

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Thomas Alias 06/09/2021 - 19:14

How does someone even know this without being told it from the director himself? Are people's analytical skills that good? It's insane.

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Visuals For You 06/09/2021 - 19:14

I'm not a believer in most of those shots at 5:00 having any thematic significance with the line. I struggled to find where some of the lines were before they were drawn and I don't think the shots were framed with them in mind. If you search "modern architecture" on Google, you will find an array of homes that have 90 degree lines and square rooms. Having lines everywhere is just a characteristic of modern homes, so it was bound there were going to be some lines in the backgrounds of the shots. Even one of the most noticeable "line" shots in the movie, the first one shown at 5:00 which I actually think is intentional, wasn't even used in the storyboard to separate the characters: https://mobile.twitter.com/ponysmasher/status/1263202679053881344. I'm interested to see if any of those other shots at 5:00 have those specific lines featured in the storyboard. If they did, I might reconsider my stance. If they didn't, then I'd stick with it. Unfortunately I don't have the storyboard book so I can't see.

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Billy Hatzi 06/09/2021 - 19:14

Wow… The part about the line was brilliant. Gave me chills.

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C J 06/09/2021 - 19:14

i remembered wes anderson, but modern and not flat..

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Qi An Li 06/09/2021 - 19:14

The scene where the old housekeeper woke up Mrs. Park shows how she crossed the line. Then lo and behold, in the later part, she has indeed been crossing the line even before the Kims did.

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Lord Ron 06/09/2021 - 19:14

Perhaps we never have a director who is so articulate since Kubrick.

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Dae 06/09/2021 - 19:14

I remember seeing 6:15 for the first time and being blown away, it's so visually stunning.

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mrcookieone1 06/09/2021 - 19:14

Whats the song used in the line montage

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kalam pathan 06/09/2021 - 19:14

How could I think like you… Thomas. Help me ..give me some point…I am growing up by my age..I want to make film …

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