This Monday, July 5, France 3 broadcast, in prime time, the film Parasite. If this Korean thriller has delighted a large number of viewers, for certain, a detail has nevertheless “spoiled” this masterpiece.
While the holidays are fast approaching for many French people, the television channels are doing their utmost to seduce their audiences. The cult shows are currently on hiatus, but that does not prevent the networks from redoubling their efforts to entertain viewers. Moreover, this Monday, July 5, France 3 had hit hard with the prime time broadcast of the Korean film Parasite.
When it was released, this feature film by Bong Joon Ho unleashed passions. It must be said that the plot of this thriller is particularly enticing and confusing. The film centers on the Ki-taek family, quite poor, all of whose members are unemployed. The son manages to be hired by the wealthy Park family to give private English lessons. From that moment on, all the most eccentric manipulations begin and leave the spectators speechless.
Internet users delighted
This feature film has had an incredible fate by winning the most prestigious prizes at the 2020 Oscars ceremony. By winning the statuettes for best film, best director, best international film and best screenplay, Parasite became known around the world. Another record to his credit, it was the first South Korean film to be awarded in Hollywood. This Monday, France 3 therefore bet on the broadcast of Parasite and this program delighted Internet users. For them, this film is a real “masterpiece“.
“It’s embarrassing to listen”
If this program of France 3 made the Twittos crazy with joy, a detail has nevertheless put a shadow on the table. Many Internet users were particularly disappointed with the French version of Parasite. For those who know the original version of Gisaengchung (son korean name), the French lining is “nothing“even downright”violent“.
In the end, some operators offered the original version with French subtitles, thus allowing a lucky few to see their wish come true.
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