'Parasite' directed by Bong Joon-ho wins the Golden Globe for best foreign language film
The South Korean parasite, '' a vicious satire about the division between rich and poor, won the Golden Globe on Sunday for the best foreign-language film, beating a large crop of nominees.
Wow, incredible, incredible, said the director Bong Joon-ho since he accepted the prize.
Once you overcome the one-inch high subtitle barrier, you will be presented with many more amazing movies.
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The film surpassed 'Les Miserables' from France, 'Pain and Glory' by Pedro Almodóvar, the Chinese-American family drama 'The Farewell' and 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' from France.
Despite being an organization of foreign journalists, the HFPA does not include foreign films in its main categories, so Parasite rules out, probably a nominee for the best Oscar film.