Moth and Rabbit - Parasite - Eau de Parfum
Parasite tells a story that takes the complicated feelings that the indentured workers have for their employers and conducts it into a veritable symphony of respect and contempt. It opens up with a fresh cut grass note and goes over in a shower of freesia and lily of the valley as the smiles twist into grimaces when the real world splatters across the manicured lawn. The richness of patchouli and the smoky guaiac wood expresses the tender musing on familial love that emerges and the bitter all-too-late realisation that you can’t buy home.
Parasite, a South-Korean movie by Bong Joon-ho, was the first non-English spoken movie to receive the Oscar for best movie in 2019. The movie also won the Golden Palm at the Cannes film festival that year.
Watch the perfume:
enjoying a cigarette on an overflowing toilette, cheap panties, sneakers soaked with sewage water, lemons to the lemonade, profiting from bug killing street fumigation, with no plan nothing can go wrong, just fake it, acid green lawn, hunting for stray wifi coverage, do i fit in this setting?