A basement man dreams of poodle on tiptoe in the ‘Parasite’ director’s debut film

Da I lived on a few years ago farm stay in Vietnam, a warning sign announced that one had to make sure that the hotel’s dogs did not follow out into the countryside. Then they risked being eaten.

Eating dogs in China and the surrounding area is not just a Danish film joke, and in Korean Bong Joon ‘at’ Barking Dogs Never Bite ‘, this type of hot dog plays a central role. The action takes place in a modern high-rise building, where the janitor likes to put the local area’s small lap dogs down in the pot for leeks and giant radishes, while a homeless basement person dreams of poodle on a spit.

Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.

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