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“Parasite” Editor Jinmo Yang Teaches Us How to Edit Without Coverage (No Film School)

“Parasite” editor Jinmo Yang talks intertwining the story of three different families, effectively conveying the film’s twists, and maximizing the story’s tension in the editing room.

“When you ask someone to describe Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite, chances are they’ll trail off a bit and end up saying, ‘You just have to see it.’ The genre-bending film defies even the most diligent attempts to classify it. It’s a thriller. It’s a dark comedy (or is it a tragicomedy?). It’s satire. It’s an arthouse autopsy of class warfare that transmogrifies into a cunning revenge story. It’s an upstairs-downstairs story turned upside-down.” – Source: No Film School

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Parasite editor Jinmo Yang talks intertwining the story of three different families, effectively conveying the film’s twists, and maximizing the story’s tension in the editing room.

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