'Parasite' director Bong says tongue line is broken after Oscar Nod

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'Parasite' director Bong says tongue line is broken after Oscar Nod

'Parasite' director Bong says tongue line is broken after Oscar Nod






"Parasite" executive Bong Joon-ho said he was astounded and thrilled when the film won six Oscar selections on Monday, a memorable first for South Korea's film industry and a sign that language is never again an obstruction to worldwide achievement. 

"Parasite," a dim parody about the huge hole between the rich and poor in South Korea, caught a pined for best picture assignment, best executive for Bong, and best screenplay notwithstanding its best worldwide component designation. 

"Each time they reported the new assignments, it was so exciting, in light of the fact that we didn't generally foresee any of this," Bong disclosed to Reuters Television in a meeting in California. 

Bong had recently talked about the difficulties of universal movies breaking the "language obstruction" around the globe, however said the assignments propose those hindrances may now be falling. 

"We can say that gratitude to the web, web-based social networking and these spilling administrations, the whole society is encountering less of these language hindrances and maybe 'Parasite' profited by that worldwide pattern," he said. 

In a video shared online by film merchant NEON, one of the show's stars, Song Kang-ho, figures out how to not spill some espresso as he and others in the room energetically celebrate. 

"The sign you're a worldwide whiz: You don't spill your espresso when your film is assigned for Best Picture," the organization said. 

Kwak Shin-ae, the CEO of the generation organization, Barunson E&A, said she was pleased by the main Oscar best picture designation for a South Korean film however frustrated Song didn't get a gesture for an acting classification regardless of the essential job he played in the film. 

"Being designated for something other than the unknown dialect film class is important on the grounds that it implies the film rose above language and broadly to convey in the all inclusive language of film," she said. 

South Koreans, a significant number of whom have viewed the motion picture more than once, were additionally glad to share the respect. 

"I was so glad to hear that toward the beginning of the day Parasite was designated in numerous classes for the Academy Awards and I trust the film will make great outcomes," said Bae Young-sil, 62, who was with companions to watch another motion picture. 

A secondary school understudy, Kang Jin-gu, 18, stated: "It evidently mirrored the clouded side of our general public," alluding to the film's depiction of the social difference that has pitted the rich and poor people in Asia's fourth biggest economy. 

(Detailing by Sangmi Cha; extra announcing by Minwoo Park and Yeongseo Choi; Writing by Josh Smith; Editing by Sandra Maler and Shri Navaratnam)

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