The trailer of “Oldboy” director Park Chan-Wook’s latest film “Decision to Leave”, which will compete at the Cannes Film Festival, has been released.
The first trailer for “Decision to Leave” (Heojil Kyolshim), the latest film by Park Chan-wook, the Bafta-winning director of “Oldboy” and “Handmaiden”, has been released.
Chan-Wook wrote the script of the thriller, which will compete for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, “Lady Vengeance’, ‘Bakjwi’ and ‘handmaiden co-wrote with Jeong Seo-Kyong, with whom he also worked on the films “.
“Decision to Leave” follows the story of a cop investigating a crime scene in a remote area. The body of a businessman is found in a mountainous area far from the city. An honest cop goes to the crime scene to investigate the case. According to the available data, the death of the man was not natural. Upon this, the police interview the relatives of the deceased, especially his wife Seo-Rae, who is the main suspect. In this process, an unexpected closeness develops between the two.
The crime and mystery movie starring Tang Wei, Go Kyung-Pyo, and Park Hae-il is one of the most curious films in the Cannes Film Festival selection. Chan-wook, who directed his last feature film in 2016, has long been awaited to return to the cinema. After its premiere in Cannes, “Decision to Leave” will meet with the audience next fall.