Bong Joon-ho’s ‘Parasite’ Seethes with Class Rage

by Jimmy Wu. Class is back on the big screen. From Sorry to Bother You to Joker, the past year has seen an explosion of popular movies that offer, with varying degrees of coherence, a critique of contemporary capitalism. But perhaps no recent film does so with more savvy than Parasite, a new genre-bender that became the first Korean movie to win the Palme d’Or.

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Born Lucky

by Hibah Shabkhez   Born too late to be children of the spring Lost too early for the grave of the fall You fly. Grateful still that your abyss-bearing thing Is paltry, unbombed, unburnt, one-foot tall You lie. So crave fried eggs and gnaw at stalks beside Your feet guilt-chained to an exam-clock fate And…

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