The Many Allegories of Parasite: When the Cellars Hit Back

In historically troubled times, Parasite asks fundamental questions about the politics of space, its ownership and occupation, ethics and autonomy. A review by MUHAMMED NOUSHAD, originally published in Counter Currents web magazine. The multi-award winning South Korean movie Parasite is a feast of stunning surprises and irresistibly eloquent symbolism. From the very title and its ambiguity to the hierarchy of three families

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