Renowned director Park Chan Wook returned with the new film 'Decision to Leave' for the first time in six years following his last film 'The Handmaiden' back in 2016.
Known for the movies 'Old Boy,' 'Lady Vengeance,' 'Thirst,' and more, film director Park Chan Wook has been recognized as one of the most prominent filmmakers, being awarded the Cannes Best Director Award, Cannes Jury Prize, and more.
His films set a new paradigm in the Korean film industry with unexpected plot twists and innovative cinematography techniques.
Park Chan Wook's latest film 'Decision to Leave' did not fail to impress avid movie fans once again with an intense storyline that leaves viewers on tenterhooks. It gained international attention and many film fans expected 'Decision to Leave' to sweep up the awards in various award shows but were left to be surprised when they found 'Decision to Leave' absent from the Oscar nomination list.
Many film critics and fans took to social media to express their disappointment and criticized that "The Oscars snubbed 'Decision to Leave'."