Bong Joon-ho’s film “Parasite: Black-and-White Edition” will be screened on April 29 at theaters nationwide.
According to distributor CJ Entertainment, “Parasite: Black-and-White Edition” has been screened in the U.S. and other countries since it was first unveiled at the 49th Rotterdam Film Festival. In South Korea, it was also originally scheduled to visit theaters in late February, but delayed its release as it coincided with the timing of the spread of COVID 19 in the country.
CJ Entertainment recently decided to release “Parasite: Black-and-White Edition” in front of local audiences as it believes that it cannot postpone domestic screenings further as the Internet TV (IPTV) and VOD (Order-type Video) services are scheduled to start next month in the U.S. and other overseas regions.
Meanwhile, the movie “Parasite” was released in Korea on May 30 last year and was successful in both cinematic quality and buzz, sweeping all of the world’s leading film festivals and winning four awards, including a prize at the 92nd U.S. Academy Awards in February. It is open to people aged 15 or older and has 131 minutes of running time.
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