Professionals from the movie industry released handwritten recommendations reviews after watching “Decision to Leave”.
The movie “Decision to Leave” (Director Park Chan-wook), which was released on June 29, is a story about detective Hae Joon who was investigating a case in the mountains and meeting the deceased’s wife, Seo Rae (Tang Wei) who made him feel both suspicious and interested.
Actor Song Joong-ki wrote, “I wonder if this is right. I want to see Hae Joon and Seo Rae again. And I want to hear the sound of the waves in the movie again. So, I want to go to the theater and watch it again ^^,” while Cha Seung-won announced that he will go to the cinema to watch the movie again while delivering a deep appreciation to the movie, saying, “The pleasure of seeing the precariousness of an upright man is exquisite and pitiful.”
Choi Dong-hoon, director of “The Thieves” and “Assassination,” said, “I was completely fascinated by ‘Decision to Leave’. Even after some time, I can’t forget the faces of Park Hae-il and Tang Wei.” Director Ryu Seung-wan of “Veteran” and “Mogadishu” said, “My hands and feet were numb after watching the movie. It’s been a few days, but I can’t get over it. Finally, Korean movies have been brought to the realm of culture! I’m happy to see such a masterpiece,” he said, raising expectations further by leaving positive reviews.
Director Kim Ji-woon of “Sweet Life” and “The Secret Service” said, “The irresistible fascination, the sad beauty, the time that magically flows, and in a word, a film that is like a wicked human. It’s the view that director Park Chan-wook, who is already far ahead by himself, can see,” while director Lee Hae-young of “Believer” praised the movie as “the deepest and highest level that a movie can reach.”