Enjoy the best movies on the big screen of the auditorium. This academic year’s last screening will be of the South Korean black comedy thriller Parasite. The unemployed Kim family infiltrates the wealthy and glamorous Park family, through schemes and tricks.
''This is so metaphorical.''
The Kim family is living in poverty and struggling to make ends meet. Through a stroke of luck, they infiltrate the affluent Park family's household by securing employment as their trusted household staff. As the Kim family becomes increasingly entangled in the lives of the Parks, a series of unexpected events and shocking revelations unfold.
The director Bong Joon-ho’s career received universal acclaim long before the release of Parasite, with films like Memories of Murder, Okja, and Snowpiercer becoming household names. Imagined as a play, Parasite explores themes of class conflict, social inequality, and wealth disparity through an absurd turn of events.
Location: Auditorium - Cobbenhagen building