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Following Donald Trump’s mockery of Parasite’s Oscar triumph, everybody is cracking same joke:’Obviously he did not like it. He can not read’

Last updated on March 3, 2020

The net fired back with vengeance in United States President Donald Trump afterward he mocked Korean movie Parasite’s sweep of the year’s Oscars. He had been in the re-election campaign rally at Colorado Springs when he steered against the movie along with the awards ceremony.

“How awful was that the Academy Awards this year? We have enough problems with South Korea, along with commerce. In addition to it, they provide them the very best picture of this year?” Trump asked. “Let us get one With the Earth’ He explained.

It made history by becoming the first non-English-language movie to acquire Hollywood’s largest annual trophy, Best Picture and also Best Manager for Bong. Meanwhile, the 1939 classic Gone With the Wind was criticized over the years because of its racist undertones.

Twitter users, that have been ecstatic about Parasite’s triumph, were incensed at Trump’s remarks. The movie’s US distributor Neon weighed in. “Understandable can not read,” a tweet in the official site read. “Trump hates Parasite since he can not see,” read the following tweet. “Parasite is a foreign film regarding how oblivious the ultra-rich are all about the battles of the working class, and it takes two hours of reading subtitles. Trump despises it,” tweeted that the official Twitter accounts of The Democrats warfare room.

Since the movie was taken in Korean, audiences all around the world watched it with subtitles in English or other languages. After Bong won the Golden Globe Award, he’d stated in his address, “After you conquer the 1-inch-tall barrier of subtitles, you’ll be introduced to a lot of more amazing movies”

Filmmaker Adam Greatest tweeted, “Parasite is all about a family of con artists that lie their way to a home and lead to mayhem. “Entirely on manufacturer for Trump to whine about the South Korean film Parasite winning Best Picture at the Academy Awards over a 1939 movie like Gone With The Wind. One is all about the battles of the Asian working class. Another is a sob story about a stereotypical white woman,” read the following tweet.

“I was not a huge fan of his. He is a bitwise man,” he explained. Pitt utilized his award acceptance speech to encourage the impeachment of Trump.