영화 기생충 미국 SAG 수상소감 반응 ‘English Teacher REACTS to Parasite Winning SAG Award!


Hello Anyeonghaseo! It’s Rose, Young Awesome! Experienced English Teacher and wife of a
Korean. Today, we’re going to take a look at a press
interview done by the cast of Parasite. Parasite is a Korean film that has done really,
really well and has made waves across the international market. This specific press interview is from the
26th annual SAG awards where Parasite won an award. So, let’s go take a look after this intro! Alright, let’s get started. They’re gathering. Hello, right here. Tanya Heart American Urban Radio Networks
Online. Congratulations, you made history. How does it feel to make history? And especially at a time where we’re always
talking about diversity and inclusion. So, it’s very impressive here is making history. It’s a Korean film and this is a mainstream
award. It’s quite documented in America that film
that were not originally recorded in English tend not to win major awards no matter how
good they are. But, I find it extremely fascinating and it
makes me proud that a film that is so well made has crossed this boundary and has become
and earned – rightfully earned – a mainstream award. And I really can’t wait to see what the director
brings to this in the future. First of all, thank you so much. I’m a little embarrassed feeling like we’re
the parasites of Hollywood now. I think now hopefully with this oppurtunity
and the success of Parasite various industries, film industries across the world can coexist
together. Last year was Korean cinema 100 years anniversary
and it was the year where we got Pomador and there was history that we made. But today we just made a new history. After 21, 20 years after Life Was Beautiful
we, a foreign cast, got this big award. So I think as we speak right now we are making
new history. Thank you. That was a really good speech. I knew someone spoke English in this press
interview I was not expecting it though quite this early and that was really well put together,
his statements. And it’s really fascinating that the Korean
film industry is a 100 years old now. You don’t think of things being a 100 years
old. But we’re living in the year 2020 now. Cinema was here a 100 years ago and the Korean
cinema. And 100 years ago history was made. And today history is being made. It’s, it’s, I’m getting teary-eyed. it’s quite wonderful and his English. I’ve taught students that I wish they spoke
English that well. Let’s see what else they have to say. People. Hi, Tomas People, why do you think this film
resonated with the entire world. I think this film resonated with a lot of
people because I think any society these days is you have the haves and the have-nots. You have those who are needy and those who
are well off. And, you know, every society you have those
groups constantly existing with one another. I think that’s why the film has gained so
much sympathy from people all over the world. That’s a very good point. I know that’s a big part of current American
political strife that’s going on is between haves and have-nots and how do we fix the
balance or bring more balance to that. And I know that’s also an issue in Korea and
many other countries and it’s very interesting when you take away the language barrier and
you take away the individual cultural barriers that you find that we are all human and we
are all struggling with the same basic needs. The same basic issues. And that’s what makes a good film or a good
book or a good TV show. Is when those basic principles translate. And they have obviously done something really
well with this. I have a question, you’re obviously building
some great momentum on the road to the Oscars. How’re you feeling ahead of another night
where you can make history again? It is true that the momentum is building and
we are a part of the awards race campagn but I think today what’s truly important is that
these actors were acknowledged by fellow peers and acknowledged as the best enseamble cast
this year. And that’s the greatest joy of this night. In regards to the Oscars who knows, no one
can predicte what will happen. That was a very humble answer but still full
of hope and showing pride in his coworkers. Staying proud of what they have accomplished
right now and that they have gained recognition with their peers all over the world, in Hollywood,
in Korea, any other movie industry. And that, you know, whatever happens in the
Oscars, it happens. They have made history, they have done something
they are proud of. They have gained recognition. It’s really good. Julia Perpun from Shinwun News Agency of China. I’d love to hear what you think this film,
your film, winning this award and being nominated for the Oscars what might mean to opening
oppurtunity for other Asian pictures in the future and actors. Other than us there are so many relations
out there in foreign countries. I really, truly hope that after this moment
maybe next year or the year after, a lot more foreign casts. I hope, you know we can see more foreign language
films and Asian films. He was doing really well there explaining
what he wanted. And I can understand why he had to turn to
Korean. When you’re up on stage like that, even when
you are an experienced actor. He’s an experienced actor and Korean is his
native language, but sometimes when you’re very excited or you feel very emotional about
something you forget words that you know. Maybe you have this happen in your own native
tongue. You forget a word. You know it’s a very easy word and you just
forget it. And you can see here that he, he knew what
he wanted to say, but the English word just escaped him because he is feeling so much
emotion and is so excited about the award they’ve won today and the history they are
making. The cast of Parasite. Thank you! Yep, you can see he took a deep breath, “Oh,
that’s over! Okay.” He felt, he felt, relief. He really. I could see they were all a little. They were very proud, they were very emotional,
but they were also a little nervous being onstage and making history. I’m sure you feel like that. You are very happy and proud, but it’s also
nervous, and I think they did really well. All of them and I’m very, very proud of them. And whether you’re Korean or not Korean or
in any way related to Korea you should be proud of them and the history they’re making
as well. Alright, so that was the press interview for
Parasite winning an award at the 26th annual SAG awards. We’ll have to see how they do at the Oscars. If you’ve seen this movie and you have thoughts
on it, or you have thoughts on the interview please leave your comments down below. And remember if you want to see more videos
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