South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho already has an impeccable track record, but he has stepped up his game with this powerfully revealing social satire, half insanely funny, and half merely insane. In Parasite, the Kim family — father Ki-taek (Song Kang-ho), mother Chung-sook (Hyae Jin Chang), daughter Ki-jung (Park So-dam), and son Ki-woo (Choi Woo-sik) — are all unemployed, folding pizza boxes in their dumpy basement-level apartment to earn a little cash. Through a friend, Ki-woo is given an opportunity to tutor the pretty Park Da-hye (Jung Ziso) the daughter of a wealthy family, despite not even being a student. Turning on the charm, he gets the job. Then, he and his sister Ki-jung scheme a position for her, as an art therapist for the family's precocious youngest son. More scheming results in the firing of the family's driver and maid, providing jobs for Chung-sook and Ki-taek...