132 minutes


Crime, Drama, Thriller


Korean (English subtitles)

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The Kim family are struggling to make ends meet in their destitute and grubby basement apartment in Korea, resorting to stealing Wi-Fi from neighbours whilst getting fired from dead-end jobs. In a turn of fortune Ki-woo, the son of the family, is recommended as an English tutor by a friend and finds himself working for the affluent Parks in their stunning, modern mansion. Observing the naivety and ignorance of the Park clan, Ki-Woo and his family begin to devise a plan, full of lies and deceit, that will allow them to infiltrate this elite household and live in comfort and excess. However, greed slowly begins to take hold and their scheme becomes a quest for survival. Class discrimination and the pitfalls of excess take centre stage in this critically acclaimed, darkly comedic thriller from Korean auteur Bong Joon-ho.

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15 Classification

strong bloody violence, language, sex, sex references

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