Okja - Criterion Collection Blu-Ray

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Okja - Criterion Collection Blu-Ray
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Master genre exploder BONG JOON HO (Parasite) swirls pathos, dark satire, action, and horror into an exhilarating twenty-first-century fairy tale. An all-star cast including TILDA SWINTON (The French Dispatch), PAUL DANO (There Will Be Blood), STEVEN YEUN (Minari), and JAKE GYLLENHAAL (Spider-Man: Far from Home) is led by AN SEO HYUN (The Housemaid) as Mija, a South Korean girl growing up on an Edenic mountainside with her grandfather and best friend: Okja, a giant, empathetic “superpig” created as part of a secret GMO experiment. When Okja is abruptly torn away from her, Mija embarks on a perilous rescue mission that places her at the center of a sinister corporate conspiracy. While Bong’s trademark virtuosic set pieces dazzle, Okja’s beating heart is the connection between a girl and her superpig, made all the more poignant by the brilliant special effects that bring the animal star to unforgettable life

DIRECTOR APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES

• 4K digital master, approved by director Bong Joon Ho, with Dolby Atmos sound
• New conversation between Bong and producer Dooho Choi
• New interviews with actors An Seo Hyun and Byun Heebong
• New interviews with members of the crew about the film’s
cinematography, visual effects, and costume and production design
• Short programs including a director’s video diary, featuring Bong; actors
Paul Dano, Jake Gyllenhaal, Tilda Swinton, and Steven Yeun; and others
• Teaser, trailer, and web promos
• English subtitle translation and English subtitles for the deaf and hard of
hearing
• PLUS: An essay by critic Karen Han
Specifications
BBFC15
ColourColour
DirectorBong Joon Ho
Discs1
FormatBlu-ray
LanguageEnglish
RegionBlu-Ray B
Released2022-07-18
Run Time121
Year2017

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Tags: 2010s, Criterion