South Korea's leading filmmaker Bong Joon-ho (Memories of Murder, The Host, Mother) shows off his flair and skill once again with his latest entry Parasite. This is an enormously evocative film which creates (and leaves behind) various moods and atmospheres on its way through the inventive, but nevertheless fairly predictable plot which twists and turns in somewhat gimmickry ways. Watching Parasite for the first time is like watching a really clever movie for the second time: you know what will unfold, but you're still quite amazed by the audacity and skill of the presentation. Whether or not you enjoy Parasite on a meta-level, however, will arguably depend on to what degree you make any use of Bong Joon-ho's dab at East-Asian social classes anno 2019. These are not arguments that present themselves logically; they are offered through the absurd behaviour of the movie's two conflicting families – non of whom are sympathetic, even though Mr. Bong ultimately asks us insistently to care for them.