Parasite

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“Parasite is the first ★★★★★ movie of 2019”

news.com.au

“Burrows under your skin and sinks in its teeth”

The Telegraph

“A wicked ride”

BFI

In Cinemas Now

Feast Your Eyes Event

The Roxy is super excited to host a one-time-only Feast Your Eyes screening of PARASITE. All tickets are $40 and include a themed dessert and cocktail designed by COCO restaurant and served on entry to the cinema.

Cinema Locations

Academy Cinema AucklandAlice Springs CinemaApollo LincolnAvalonAvoca Beach TheatreBCC Cairns EarlvilleBCC CapalabaBCC MaroochydooreBCC MorayfieldBCC ToombulBCC Toowoomba StrandBallina Fair CinemaBridgeway CinemasCameo BelgraveCapitol Cinema BalmoralChauvel CinemaCinema NovaCineplex SouthbankCineplex Victoria PointClassic ElsternwickCroydon CinemasDeluxe CinemasDendy CanberraDendy NewtownDendy Opera QuaysDendy PortsideDorothy Browns CinemaElizabeth Picture TheatreEmbassy 3 WanganuiEvent Cinemas AlbanyEvent BondiEvent Brisbane Myer CentreEvent BroadwayEvent BurwoodEvent CampbelltownEvent Castle HillEvent ChermsideEvent Cinemas Australia Fair – South PortEvent Cinemas Palmerston NorthEvent Cinemas Queen StEvent Cinemas St. LukesEvent Cinemas TaurangaEvent Cinemas The EmbassyEvent Cinemas WestgateEvent Filmhouse AdelaideEvent Garden City Mt GravattEvent George StreetEvent HornsbyEvent HurstvilleEvent IndooroopillyEvent KawanaEvent KotaraEvent LismoreEvent LiverpoolEvent LoganholmeEvent Mackay Mount PleasantEvent MacquarieEvent MarionEvent MirandaEvent North LakesEvent PalmerstonEvent ParramattaEvent ShellharbourEvent Top RydeEvent Townsville CityEvent TuggerahGU ArndaleGU WollongongGlobe Theatrette NapierGolden Age Cinema & BarGovett Brewster GalleryGovinda’s MovieroomHawthorne CineplexHayden Orpheum, CremorneHervey Bay CinemaHome Of The Arts (HOTA)Hoyts BankstownHoyts BelconnenHoyts Botany DownsHoyts BroadwayHoyts ChadstoneHoyts ChatswoodHoyts Cinemas Wairau ParkHoyts EastlandHoyts EntXHoyts Entertainment QuarterHoyts HighpointHoyts Melbourne CentralHoyts NorthlandHoyts NorwoodHoyts Stafford CityHoyts SunnybankHoyts Victoria GardensHoyts Wetherill ParkKino CinemaLaurieton Plaza TheatreLighthouse Cinema PetoneLighthouse CubaLimelight Cinemas IpswichLimelight TuggeranongLumiere CinemasMonterey TakapunaMonterey Upper HuttMount Vic FlicksMovie Max TimaruNarooma KinemaNew Farm CinemasNoosa 5 CinemasOatmill Cinema ComplexOdeon TheatrePalace BalwynPalace Brighton BayPalace Byron BayPalace Central SydneyPalace ComoPalace Electric CanberraPalace James StPalace Norton StreetPalace Nova Cinema ProspectPalace Nova EastendPalace WestgarthRangiora Town Hall CinemasRed Hill CinemasRegent Te AwamutuRialto DunedinRialto NewmarketRitz Cinema RandwickRivoliRoseville CinemaRoxy CinemaSilky Otter CinemasStadium 4 Cinema LeongathaStar Cinema LauncestonState Cinema 6 NelsonState Cinema HobartThe Picture Show Man – MerimbulaThe Vic DevonportThornbury Picture HouseTrak CinemaUnited Cinemas WarriewoodVillage Airport WestVillage AlburyVillage BendigoVillage Century CityVillage Crown CasinoVillage DoncasterVillage GeelongVillage HobartVillage Jam FactoryVillage KaringalVillage KnoxVillage SouthlandWallis MitchamWarrina CineplexWestpac OpenAir CinemaWonthaggi Union Community Arts, Bass Coast

B&W Version - Cinema Locations - From Feb 9

"Cinema was black and white in the very beginning. There was a time when films were only in black and white, even throughout the 40s and 60s when colour films came into the picture, there were numerous films still in black and white. Black and white is the origin of cinema. Although I became a filmmaker in the 2000s, I idealise the beautiful black and white films by Renoir, Fellini, Kurosawa, John Ford, and the beautiful cinematography of Gregg Toland. I always had this desire to create and black and white film which shared by my cinematographer Hong Kyung Pyo. I'm extremely happy to present PARASITE in black and white and have it play on the big screen. It will be fascinating to see how the viewing experience changes when an identical film is presented in black and white. I watched the black and white version twice now, and at time the film felt more like a fable and gave me the strange sense that I was watching a story from old time. The second time I watched it, the film felt more realistic and sharp as if I was being cut by a blade. It also further highlighted the actors' performances and seemed to revolve more around the characters. I had many fleeting impressions of this new version, but I do not wish to define them before it is presented. I hope everyone in the audience can compare their own experiences from the colour version and find their own path the Parasite in black and white." - Director Bong Joon Ho.

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Act Like You Own The Place

Winner of a historic four Academy Awards® including Best Picture and Best Director, and the Palme d’Or (Best Film award) at the Cannes Film Festival – this family tragicomedy is the latest masterpiece from Bong Joon-Ho. PARASITE confirms his position as one of the world’s most inventive and captivating filmmakers.

Ki-taek’s family of four is close, but all are unemployed and the future looks bleak. However, when the son, Ki-woo is recommended by a fellow university student friend for a well-paid tutoring job, hope spawns for a regular income. Carrying the expectations of the family, Ki-woo arrives at the house of Mr. Park, the owner of a global IT firm, where he meets Yeon-kyo, the young lady of the house. The job interview is a success and soon Ki-woo begins work. But very soon, following this first meeting between the two families, an unstoppable string of mishaps lies in wait…

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