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Class Perspectives

Lordships and parasites

Joon-ho Bong: Parasite

GOLD PALM WINNER: Modern class divisions are strongly present in this year's Film from the South opening film Parasite, which is a bubbling and biting social satire you should not know too much about in advance.

Social heritage and criminal environment

Peter Grönlund: Goliath

SOCIAL REALISM: With Goliat, Peter Grönlund consolidates his position as one of the Nordic region's most socially engaged and realistic feature filmmakers.

Memories in need of space and time

Alfonso Cuarón: Rome

: Rome examines the social hierarchy of 70s Mexico, and reveals how intertwined class and ethnicity are. The film is director Alfonso Cuarón's most personal – and best – to date.