Are billboards so tempting these days that you don’t know what movies to go see? Among titles such as: La Ballena (The Whale), Library, offer, babylon, decision to leave hey Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 three times at a time, it becomes very difficult to choose just one film. But Hideo Kojima is clear about it.
In the past few hours, the Japanese designer has shared a very special film buff recommendation via his Twitter account (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN): decision to leaveLatest feature film directed by Park Chan-wook.
Why should you see Decision to Leave at the cinema?
The latest film from our very own director Park Chan-wook, “Decision to Leave” will be released in Japan on 2/17! It is an adult “heartthrob” movie with no sexuality, violence or gore. It’s sensual and effective because there isn’t one. Please “decide” to experience it. pic.twitter.com/8Lh4seguEB
— Hideo_Kojima (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) January 27, 2023
in spain, decision to leave was released in cinemas on 20 January, but park chan-wook latest movie It will hit Japanese billboards on February 17. Coinciding with its near premiere appearance, hideo kojima He wanted to share with the millions who follow him why they should watch this film.
,This is a fast paced adult movie without sex, violence or trickery, It’s sensuous and effective because there’s nothing in it. Please, “Decide” To Experience It”, writes Hideo Kojima on Twitter with various emoticons.
decision to leave has been the last feature film of park chan-wook after La Doncella (The Handmaiden) (2016) Y stoker (2013). Again, south korean director returns to one of his favorite genres: the thriller.
This time he introduced us An experienced detective investigating a suspicious death of a man on top of a mountain. The investigation becomes complicated when the detective becomes suspicious of the deceased’s wife, to whom he also begins to feel a powerful attraction.
In her critique, Raquel Hernandez Lujan wrote decision to leave Era “And thriller Intimacy with overtones of film noir and romance is called failure“, what “Combines the best of Asian tradition with the tropes of European fiction,