This week’s movie review is about two families who come together to become a well-oiled machine. The Kim family is from the lower level of society, but have developed ultra street smarts. The Parks family is from the high-class wealthy nature living in an architectural marvel of a house.
We are talking about the darkly hilarious and heart-wrenching film, Parasite, from Koren director, Bong Joo Ho. This film is not short on substance. It comes from a well know Koren director who has produced some of the great films of the last fifteen years, including Snowpiercer, Mother, Host, and Memories of Murder.
Kent Smith is an award-winning photographer and award-winning director based out of Charlotte, N.C. His career started with sports. Since then he has added diversity to his award-winning resume; photographing musicians, dancers, models, celebrities and then onto national advertising. He has shot the likes of Obama and Bono; been from Belize to the Bahamas; photographed banks and bulls bust mostly, he has captured that genuine human spirit that is often overlooked by the ordinary.
He has also added feature films to his resume. He completed his first feature film as a creator, co-writer, producer, and it was awarded, Best Director on the film at the Solstice Film Festival in Minneapolis. He is currently working on directing national and international commercials for some major clients.