Race Of Arms: Fever in Korean

In Parasite, the rich get stabbed and we couldn’t care less. The poor blow an opportunity but are able to see the funny side, if they are lucky. No doubt Asian capitalist interests are well-served in the end and  there won’t be rioting in the streets on the back of this one. A film is hardly effective satire if it doesn’t point up a route, however obliquely, towards radical change.

Source: Paddy Kehoe RTÉ (Ireland)
Original Score: 2.5/5

Not long ago, I watched a South Korean thriller Parasite during the quarantine. Like just watched. Until today it got me nothing to tell more than just being haughty as an extraordinary Rotten Tomatoes critic. And then I am serious about psychoanalysis shifted, partly degraded to references and reading films. 

It’s interesting to note, the fever in Korean has an exceptional translation of a troop, a parade review. I deem Korea has had something extraordinary hot in its account to beget so-called North Korea phenomena.

Source: Google Translate

Alright, the Parasite plot has got to show things which made me deeply think over again on what had happened earlier to rank characters in order of two families. I bet there was rape in Korea. What is possible and maybe enough to review is Miryang gang rape which likewise is followed by aftermath for accidents we don’t know in Korea.

A controversy erupted over allegations that the police had mistreated the victims, culminating in a candlelight vigil by 150 protesters.[2] The victims had asked to be questioned by a female police officer, but their request was ignored.[2] One police officer allegedly said to the victims, “Did you try to entice the guys? You ruined the reputation of Miryang. The boys who would lead the city were all arrested. What are you going to do? […] I am afraid that my daughter will be like you.”[8] Police also leaked enough information to the media for the victims to be identified. Furthermore, they forced the victims to identify the suspects face-to-face, rather than through a one-way mirror,[1] with the officer asking the victim, “Did he insert [it] or not?”[6]

Miryang gang rape
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Castration

This is all the same done to make us think that it is not simply from Moses that the law of circumcision dates. Here I am only highlighting the problems raised in this connection. Undoubtedly all the same, because Moses is involved and because Moses in our domain is recognised as being an Egyptian, it would not be altogether useless for us to pose the question of what is involved as regards the relationship’ of Judaeic circumcision with the circumcision of the Egyptians.

Source: THE SEMINAR OF JACQUES LACAN X ANXIETY
Translated by Cormac Gallagher from unedited French typescripts

The Lacan’s X seminar in English fits an actual route of ‘Asian Oedipus’ wherever Moses from the Bible owns an example of crime and castration. If it sounds involved so just because the punishment has not come for the peoples as the Parasite’s ending gets Korean drama. In the film, the capitalist interests served too straightforward for a regular review but unveiled the moment of reexamining texts.

He now raids the refrigerator at night, had buried Moon-gwang in the backyard, and has been flicking the light every day, hoping Ki-woo will see it. Still living in the basement with his mother, Ki-woo writes a letter to Ki-taek, vowing to earn enough money to one day purchase the house, and reunite with his father.

Source: Parasite (2019 film)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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