Bong Joon Ho’s work can thrill us as it pushes us to do better. Hopefully we will come out on the other side a kinder, more compassionate race. Regardless, Bong Joon Ho will be watching us, holding us to account.
Soleil Nathwani is a Consulting Editor and Film Critic at Honeysuckle Magazine. She is a Contributing Editor and Culture Columnist for Rolling Stone India. Formerly a Senior Features Writer and Contr
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