Decision to leave / Woo Ji-yeon
Movie Decision to leave
/Extracted from CJ Entertainment
Recently, director Park Chan-wook’s new movie, <Decision to leave>, gained attention. In fact, many people tend to focus on entertainment and the fun of the movie. However, this movie has a dark color. That is why we felt that it was a little difficult to approach easily compared to other melodramatic movies that awakens emotional fluctuations. What is certain, however, is that this movie made people feel so immersed that viewers could not feel the long running time because of the details of not giving a single small gap and the scenes of love between the suspect and the detective.
The plot is as follows. A man who fell from the top of the mountain is found to be a dead body. The male protagonist, Hae-joon, who was the detective in charge, faces Seorae, the wife of the deceased man. However, in front of her husband, Seorae does not show any special emotional agitation. Thus, Hae-joon puts Seorae on the list of suspects. Hae-joon gets to know about Seorae while investigating the case and eventually develops interest. The suspect who is hiding the truth and the detective, who has doubts and interests about her at the same time, know that their relationship is not right and decide to leave.
The most impressive thing was when starting with growing doubts, it deepens into interest, and eventually the two characters decide to collapse. The broken love between the two was affectionate and sad since the detective made the suspect feel the true feelings of love in a strange foreign country. When knowing that the detective could not completely abandon his heart, at the same time he could not feel love comfortably toward the suspect. The Dongguk Post would like to recommend watching it at least once since it won the director’s award at the Cannes Film Festival and also published a book of screenplays.
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