‘Decision to Leave’ is Cinema at its Purest Form (Review)

Korean director Park Chan-wook delivers a masterful slow burn crime thriller about obsession and brokenness.

Movie poster, Park-Hae-il and Tang Wei handcuffed in the back of police squad care. Sun shining brightly through the back window.
Official Poster for Decision to Leave | CJ Entertainment

Decision to Leave is Korean director Park Chan-wook’s first feature film in six years. The long-awaited film stars Park Hae-il (Memories of Murder) as Jang Hae-joon, a policeman tasked with investigating a man’s death in the mountains and in the process meets…

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Writer and screenwriter based in the Boston area. I write film analysis, reviews and commentary and engage in leftist politics. Twitter@FilmEnjoyer93

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Cameron Craig

Writer and screenwriter based in the Boston area. I write film analysis, reviews and commentary and engage in leftist politics. Twitter@FilmEnjoyer93