#NowSpinning at Tower Records: The Git Up by Blanco Brown. We love how Blanco Brown pushes the envelope by mixing old fashioned country with new-age hip hop vibes. We’re excited to see what he does next. How about you?
This film was so expertly done. The two things that stuck out to me the most was the cinematography (shot by cinematographer Kyung-pyo Hong) was effortless and simultaneously jarring which fit the theme and style of the film perfectly. Second, the symbolism and underlying themes of classism and identity especially within the South Korean culture is very strong in this film. You feel bad for the lead characters and can even recognize that they are Protagonists and antagonists (primarily bc they have no choice). The subtle comedic flair is refreshing but not overpowering and just when you are wanting another laugh, it’s gone, replaced by another character’s raw emotion. It was an excellent film, twisty but not too much that you’re walking out of the theater wondering how it could possibly go there. Haunting score and wonderful performances. Go see it like now. #indie#parasitefilm#classism#representationmatters#cannesfilmfestival@scriptlyadapted