Since 1970, Cinestudio has been an integral part of Trinity’s campus life. Part of the free and open 1823 Series, Cinestudio presents a curated series of iconic films that each represent a decade since its founding, as selected by alumni, students, faculty, staff, and community. Trinity members of Gen Z picked Parasite (2019, Rated R), a small South Korean movie that exploded into the mainstream. This brilliant black comedy begins when a poor basement-dwelling family gets lucky as son Ki-woo scores a job as a tutor to Da-hye, daughter to the cluelessly wealthy Mr. Park. Ki-Woo gets his entire family working for the Parks, leading to class warfare that isn’t completely bloodless. It’s so very 2019.