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South Korea's Bong Joon-ho arrived home to cheers and applause on Sunday (February 16) after his historic four-Oscar win for the film "Parasite" - and the director sounded glad to be back. However, leaving all the actors aside, another attention grabber in the film would be the house where most of the movie is set.

In PARASITE, the twisted fairy tale of Bong Joon Ho that revolves around the class war and the hilariously sinister invasion of the home, two families, the Parks, the image of aspirational wealth, and the Kims, rich in street intelligence, but not much else, they find themselves in an independent situation. Soon, a symbiotic relationship is formed between the two families.

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He has collected dozens of trophies from film critics associations and awards shows, including the Golden Globes and British Academy Film Awards. Neon, the studio behind Parasite, additionally just lately bought the rights to the movie and will give it a quick theatrical launch earlier than it hits residence video. Since it's domestic release in October, Bong's riveting yet darkly comedic commentary on class divide has grossed over $35 million at the box office, becoming one of the Top 10 highest-grossing foreign-language films ever released in the US.

This 2020 will go down in history because it has been one of the most risky galas of the Oscars in recent years. Out of its six Oscar nominations, it also won for original screenplay, director and global feature. Bong's movie Parasite won the Oscar for best film- the first Asian movie to make the mark, too.

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