Bong Joon-ho has brought us yet another masterpiece. Before viewing Okja, I was a little concerned that it would be just a sappy feel good family film about a kid that developed too much of an attachment to a farm animal.
Now, I'm simply amazed at how Bong manages to always give us such emotionally and politically complicated films.
If you understand his style and knack for subtle commentary, then you will see this as another excellent film in the same vein as The Host.
The obvious commentary is clear but not overwhelming and the subtle bits are in true Bong style. I think many may mis... read the rest.
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