‘Parasite’ Makes History As First Foreign Film To Win SAG Award For Best Ensemble

The stars of “Parasite” made history at the 26 th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards by winding up being the first foreign-language film to win for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.

On Sunday, the seriously popular film routed by Bong Joon Ho that’s been controling this award duration won the single award it was picked for.

“Although the title is ‘Parasite,’ I think the story is about coexistence and how we can all live together,” mentioned star Song Kang Ho in the group’s approval speech prior to quipping: “But to be honored with the best ensemble award, it occurs to me that we haven’t created such a bad movie.”

He in addition stated thanks to the stars around him and likewise shared simply just how much the honor indicated to him.

“Parasite” has really gotten energy and likewise made history thinking about that it won the Palme d’Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, winding up being the first South Korean film to do so.

The film was picked for 3 Golden Globes this year and likewise wound up being the first Korean film to win its Best Foreign Language Film award. Since after that, the film has really taken 6 elections for the 92 nd Academy Awards, including for best manager and likewise best image.

It’s clear that both those throughout of Hollywood like the film. Twitter babble has really not stop, and likewise the stars got an applause at the SAG Awards formerly at night, prior to their win was exposed.

When stars Song Kang- ho, Park So- dam, Choi Woo- shik, Lee Jung- eun and likewise Lee Sun- kyun took the stage to discuss the film, the target audience emerged in appreciation.

As revealed by Song Kang Ho’s joke throughout his approval speech, the stars and likewise manager Bong have really exposed a fantastic amusing bone throughout the award duration.

After being asked on the red carpet on Sunday precisely how he dealt with to establish a hit film that supports lots of elements, Bong simply responded: “It’s my job.”