South Korean film director, screenwriter and film producer
In the second part of our conversation about the 2023 Academy Awards, our producer Ryan joins us to talk about three films that were snubbed: Decision to Leave, Nope, and The Woman King. 00:00 - What is a snub? The Academy Awards and snubs 11:09 - The rules for nominating the Best International Feature Film catagory 19:14 - Decision to Leave 40:22 - Nope 1:24:11 - The Woman King Join our discord community here: https://t.co/VXKe87hY6g
This week, the boys look at Park Chan-Wook's Decision to Leave, one of 2022's best reviewed films. The Old Boy auteur brings another strange, genre-bending story to the screen in this Korean hit. Let us know your thoughts email@example.com
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Mark and Jonny Numb (@JonnyNumb on Twitter) continue their "Feel Good" series by talking about the 2009 horror romance Thirst. Directed by Park Chan-wook, and starring Song Kang-ho, Kim Ok-bin, and a large rock, the movie focuses on what happens when a priest becomes a vampire. In this episode, they also discuss terrible fishing trips, people being thrown into the woods, and the filmography of Park Chan-wook. Enjoy!
To open up our third season, Gaby and Andreina discuss the South Korean film The Handmaiden, directed by Park Chan-wook.Acclaimed by critics, this movie is a work of extraordinary vision from beginning to end: cinematography, performances, costume and set design, in addition to an incredibly well-written script–every detail of this film shows the highest ambition and achievement. We hope you enjoy our discussion and fall in love with this movie as much as we did. ***Spoiler alert! While reviewing this film, we go through key scenes and may reveal the ending, so be warned of spoilers!***Sources and other links:Film review by Jia Tolentino on The New Yorker:https://www.newyorker.com/culture/jia-tolentino/the-handmaiden-and-the-freedom-women-find-only-with-one-anotherShort clip - Making of “The Handmaiden”:https://youtu.be/pUQ5H_bF1Ck Interview with Sarah Waters, author of the novel “Fingersmith”https://www.theguardian.com/film/2017/apr/08/sarah-waters-the-handmaiden-turns-pornography-into-a-spectacle-but-its-true-to-my-novel-
We're back and have some new changes to the show. Graham kicks off Season 2 with a stellar pick, Park Chan-wook's sublimely romantic mystery Decision to Leave.
Peter Sobczynski returns for an update on the Blu-ray scene with Erik Childress. Between cylindrical objects in the sky and noxious chemicals causing evacuations you might think Kino was marketing its collection of new Francois Truffaut films. Criterion puts out what may be the definitive version of a Shakespeare classic and Shout Factory has your martial arts covered. There are also more recent standouts of Asian cinema, a Rolling Stones concert and a tribute to a favorite movie of Peter's father. The duo also discuss a pair of Redford classics from the ‘70s, why sci-fi and animation don't seem to mix and, finally, their differences on Spielberg's latest. 0:00 - Intro 1:10 - Criterion (Romeo and Juliet) 9:37 - Cohen Media Group (Love on the Ground) 11:19 - Kino (Adele H, The Bride Wore Black, Mississippi Mermaid, Francois Truffaut Collection) 18:51 - Mercury (The Rolling Stones: GRRR Live!) 21:29 - Shout! Factory (Iron Monkey, Zu Warriors From the Magic Mountain) 23:35 - RLJE (Dark Glasses) 27:08 - Decal (Broker) 28:53 - Mubi (Decision To Leave) 31:01 - Mill Creek (Thrillers from the Vault) 35:23 - Paramount (3 Days of the Condor) 41:34 - Sony (The Way We Were (4K)) 47:29 - Walt Disney (Strange World (4K)) 51:25 - Universal (The Fabelmans 4K) 55:53 – New Blu-ray Announcements 57:44 - Outro
In episode sixty-six of the Hammer & Camera podcast, we are reviewing Park Chan-Wook's Decision To Leave. We also discuss Oscar nominations, as well as the latest news about James Cameron's Avatar series. Become a Patron and join us for our Movie Night episodes here: https://www.patreon.com/hammercamera
My guest for the season 3 premiere is New York-based rapper-producer MIKE. We spoke about Park Chan-wook, Skinamarink, Nigerian cinema, Paid In Full, Belly, the importance of tragedy in art, growing up in London, Philly, and New York, healing, a brief retrospective on his career, and the creative process behind his last two albums Disco! and Beware of The Monkey. Beware of The Monkey is available wherever music is sold, streamed, or stolen. Consider copping directly from MIKE's Bandcamp page here. Read my Pitchfork review of MIKE's Disco! here. Follow MIKE on Instagram (@mikelikesrap) and Twitter (@t6mikee) Follow me on Instagram (@cinemasai), Twitter (@CineMasai_), TikTok (@cinemasai), and Letterboxd (@CineMasai) Support the show
Our South Korean cinema series comes to a satisfying climax with a twisty erotic con thriller from legendary director, Park Chan-Wook. So grab your thimble, bookmark your page in “Bells and Balls,” and meet us in the library because it's time to test the bounds of knowledge with our review of THE HANDMAIDEN (2016)! If you enjoy this episode, come join the Video Monsters crew on Discord (https://discord.gg/sjyUQg8phB)!! Hangout episodes are live (and unedited!) every Tuesday night starting around 9:30pm EST. Listen and chat along with us in the Discord chat and we'll even give you a shoutout on the episode! Video Monsters is brought to you by the Chattanooga Film Festival and Central Cinema in Knoxville, TN. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or online at chattfilmfest.org and centralcinema865.com. Links for each of these can also be found on our pages, so be sure to follow us at videomonsterpod on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well. music for Video Monsters by Evan Simmons
¡Hola, amiguis! En el programa de hoy, hablamos de la película Decision to Leave, la última del director Park Chan-Wook, que se acaba de estrenar en España y que es una curiosa mezcla de elementos, que coge de Hitchcock y Wong Kar-Wai y lo pasa por la batidora retorcida a la que el director coreano nos tiene acostumbrados. Sin duda, os la recomendamos. Hablamos con spoilers también (avisamos), más o menos a la mitad del podcast. Nada más, como siempre, no dudéis de contarnos qué os ha parecido. ¡Nos escuchamos pronto! Nos podéis escuchar (y dejar reseñas) en iVoox, Apple Podcasts y Spotify. También estamos en Google Podcasts, Spreaker y Amazon Music y todas las aplicaciones para escuchar podcasts. Dejadnos vuestros mensajes en Twitter, Facebook e Instagram o mandadnos un Email. Podéis comprar en Amazon a través de este enlace, nos llegará una comisión por vuestro pedido de forma anónima. Si os apetece, también podéis invitarnos a un café con Ko-fi, una web para apoyar a los creadores, en la que podéis decirnos que os gusta lo que hacemos pagándonos una tacita virtual :) -Este es nuestro episodio número 357.
Títulos para todos los gustos y edades, desde el frío que quema, pasando por babylon a Jorge, una travesía de Coque Malla. Abrimos con Ángela Molina, Premio Puerta de Toledo, de la 41 Semana de Cine Español de Carabanchel cuya edición presenta y clausura Yolanda Flores, Con esta dama de la escena compartiremos unos minutos con la que hablamos de este premio a toda una carrera. El Frío que quema es una de las películas protagonistas de la cartelera, la ópera prima de Santi Trullesque, protagonizada por Greta Fernández, con ambos charlamos de esta cinta cuya historia se centra en Andorra, cuando servía como vía de paso para judíos que escapaban del Holocausto. Elio Castro nos comenta la nueva y aclamada película de Park Chan-Wook, Decisión To Leave, ganadora de la Palma de Oro al mejor director del último Festival de Cannes. Un sorprendente thriller romántico, que encontramos en la shortlist de los premios Oscar en la categoría de película internacional, Teresa Motoro se encarga de Babylon del ganador de un oscar Damien Chazelle, su película más loca y una forma distinta de ver ese Hollywood políticamente incorrecto, protagonizada por Brad Pitt y Margot Robbie. Destacamos dos películas españolas, 8 años, primer largometraje dirigido por JD Alcázar que narra la historia de amor de dos hombres a los que dan vida Carlos Mestanza y Miguel Diosdado, Precisamente con Carlos Mestanza y JD Alcázar hemos estado hablando de esta road movie sentimental. La otra, Jorge, una travesía de Coque Malla, un documental musical de las hermanas Cristina y María José Martín, con ellas y su protagonista, Coque Malla, hablamos de esta historia emocionante y sobre todo humana de este cantante, compositor y actor. Comentamos el resto de la cartelera y nos detenemos en Una herencia de muerte escrita y dirigida por Dean Craig que nos acerca nuestra colaboradora Ángeles González Sinde. Detective Knight: redención'es, la segunda parte de la última trilogía de Bruce Willis, un thriller de acción escrito y dirigido por Edward Drake. Evangelion la cuarta y última entrega de una de las franquicias más queridas del mundo, considerado como uno de los mejores animes que ha dado la industria, Todo esto además de las mejores series con pedro calvo, Ana vega Toscano nos trae su particular homenaje sonoro a la actriz italiana Gina Lollobrigida, tendremos las secciones habituales y su participación. Escuchar audio
On this episode of the Criterion CULT Film Podcast the CULT steps outside and takes a field trip to The New Beverly to check out Park Chan-Wook's Decision To Leave.
Here's a Bonus Side Dish! This movie had us in the palm of its hand. It is a dark and moody... romance! If you liked In The Mood for Love or the classic Vertigo you will adore Park Chan Wook's latest, Decision to Leave. Visually stunning, and superbly acted, this movie moved us. Go see it in a theater if you can, or you can stream it on Mubi (I took advantage of a free trial). Coming on the show with me are Zabrina and Margo. Zabrina is an award-winning photographer and Sony Artisan, and Margo hosts a French-language K-drama podcast called K-Dramas with Margo. We had so much fun talking about this film! If you understand French, give Margo a listen wherever you get your podcasts and follow her @margo_dramas And follow Zabrina @zabrinaxyz on Instagram Thanks for listening and we'll talk to you soon! #decisiontoleave #kmovie #kdrama #parkchanwook #asianpodcast #asian #asianamerican #infatuasian #iinfatuasianpodcast #aapi #veryasian #asianamericanpodcaster #representationmatters
Au casting de notre marathon radiophonique annuel, notre intérimaire de choc (et collègue de bureau) Jules Topok, et deux immigrés clandestins en provenance directe de la célèbre émission En attendant Goldman, DocErwan Cadoret et Thomas Kiki Gombaud.Dans cette deuxième émission, après avoir parlé de l'industrie cinématographique que le monde entier nous envie, on cause des films des restes du monde.Comme chaque année, on n'a pas pu en rester là, et on vous offre donc l'opportunité de vous infliger une centaine de minutes cinéphilco-éthyliques supplémentaires.On en parle trop peu mais vous pouvez nous filer un peu de caillasse ici, ça nous permettra (entre autres choses) de boire des bières de meilleure qualité.Nos tops de l'année (cliquez sur les films pour écouter les émissions où on en a causé)Etienne C.Antonin M.As Bestas de Rodrigo Sorogoyen RRR de SS Rajamouli Vortex de Gaspar Noé Avatar 2, la voie de l'eau de James Cameron Au cœur des volcans - Requiem pour Katia et Maurice Krafft de Werner Herzog RRR de SS Rajamouli / Avatar 2, la voie de l'eau de James CameronAs Bestas de Rodrigo SorogoyenEnquête sur un scandale d'état de Thierry de PerettiArmageddon Time de James GrayNightmare Alley de Guillermo Del ToroPacifiction d'Albert SerraLes Passagers de la Nuit de Mikaël HersRien à foutre d'Emmanuel Marre et Julie LecoustreLa Légende du roi crabe d'Alessio Rigo de Righi et Matteo ZoppisLes Enfants des autres de Rebecca ZlotowskiErwan CadoretThomas GombaudLeila et ses frères de Saeed Roustaee As Bestas de Rodrigo Sorogoyen Vortex de Gaspar Noé La Conspiration du Caire de Tariq Saleh Dédales de Bogdan George Apetri/ La Légende du roi crabe d'alessio Rigo de Righi et Matteo Zoppis Armageddon Time de James Gray Les Nuits de Masshad d'Ali Abbasi Licorice Pizza de PTA / Enquête sur un scandale d'état de Thierry de Peretti Decision to Leave de Park Chan Wook Nightmare Alley de Guillermo Del Toro / Bruno Reidal de Vincent Le Port Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood de Richard LinklaterLa Légende du Roi Crabe d'Alessio Rigo de Righi et Matteo Zoppis)Jackass Forever de Jeff TremaineAmbulance de Michael BayIl Buco de Michelangelo FrammartinoTop Gun: Maverick de Joseph KosinskiRRR de S.S. RajamouliLa Petite Bande de Pierre SalvadoriAs Bestas de Rodrigo SorogoyenIrma Vep – The Serie d'Olivier Assayas)Russia 1985–1999: TraumaZone : What It Felt Like to Live Through The Collapse of Communism and Democracy d'Adam CurtisAu cœur des volcans - Requiem pour Katia et Maurice Krafft de Werner HerzogJules Topok(Dans le désordre)Pacifiction d'Albert SerraArmageddon time de James GrayThe tragedy of Macbeth de Joel CoenLa Légende du roi crabe d'Alessio Rigo de Righi et Matteo ZoppisAfter blue, paradis sale de Bertrand MandicoVortex de Gaspar NoéEnquête sur un scandale d'état de Thierry de PerettiAs bestas de Rodrigo SorogoyenTriangle of sadness de Ruben OstlundBruno Reidal de Vincent Le PortAucun ours de Jafar Panahi
For the year-end show spotlighting their choices for the best films of 2022, Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy are joined by Collin Souter from the Christmas Movies Actually podcast to offer his selections as well. It was a year where the funny often came with the sad. A transition period through the pandemic where filmmakers were forced to adjust or find new commentary on a society that has drifted into disharmony where friends are lost and accountability is right around the corner. Only a few films made all three of their top 15 lists and there was only a single direct match in placement between any of them, so get out your writing pads and warm up those streaming queues because the trio are here to help you fill them up.
Au casting de notre marathon radiophonique annuel, notre intérimaire de choc (et collègue de bureau) Jules Topok, et deux immigrés clandestins en provenance directe de la célèbre émission En attendant Goldman, DocErwan Cadoret et Thomas Kiki Gombaud.Dans cette première émission, on cause du cinéma du pays au 258 fromages, la France du général de Gaulle.On en parle trop peu mais vous pouvez nous filer un peu de caillasse ici, ça nous permettra (entre autres choses) de boire des bières de meilleure qualité.Nos tops de l'année (cliquez sur les films pour écouter les émissions où on en a causé)Etienne C.Antonin M.As Bestas de Rodrigo Sorogoyen RRR de SS Rajamouli Vortex de Gaspar Noé Avatar 2, la voie de l'eau de James Cameron Au cœur des volcans - Requiem pour Katia et Maurice Krafft de Werner Herzog RRR de SS Rajamouli / Avatar 2, la voie de l'eau de James CameronAs Bestas de Rodrigo SorogoyenEnquête sur un scandale d'état de Thierry de PerettiArmageddon Time de James GrayNightmare Alley de Guillermo Del ToroPacifiction d'Albert SerraLes Passagers de la Nuit de Mikaël HersRien à foutre d'Emmanuel Marre et Julie LecoustreLa Légende du roi crabe d'Alessio Rigo de Righi et Matteo ZoppisLes Enfants des autres de Rebecca ZlotowskiErwan CadoretThomas GombaudLeila et ses frères de Saeed Roustaee As Bestas de Rodrigo Sorogoyen Vortex de Gaspar Noé La Conspiration du Caire de Tariq Saleh Dédales de Bogdan George Apetri/ La Légende du roi crabe d'alessio Rigo de Righi et Matteo Zoppis Armageddon Time de James Gray Les Nuits de Masshad d'Ali Abbasi Licorice Pizza de PTA / Enquête sur un scandale d'état de Thierry de Peretti Decision to Leave de Park Chan Wook Nightmare Alley de Guillermo Del Toro / Bruno Reidal de Vincent Le Port Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood de Richard LinklaterLa Légende du Roi Crabe d'Alessio Rigo de Righi et Matteo Zoppis)Jackass Forever de Jeff TremaineAmbulance de Michael BayIl Buco de Michelangelo FrammartinoTop Gun: Maverick de Joseph KosinskiRRR de S.S. RajamouliLa Petite Bande de Pierre SalvadoriAs Bestas de Rodrigo SorogoyenIrma Vep – The Serie d'Olivier Assayas)Russia 1985–1999: TraumaZone : What It Felt Like to Live Through The Collapse of Communism and Democracy d'Adam CurtisAu cœur des volcans - Requiem pour Katia et Maurice Krafft de Werner HerzogJules Topok(Dans le désordre)Pacifiction d'Albert SerraArmageddon time de James GrayThe tragedy of Macbeth de Joel CoenLa Légende du roi crabe d'Alessio Rigo de Righi et Matteo ZoppisAfter blue, paradis sale de Bertrand MandicoVortex de Gaspar NoéEnquête sur un scandale d'état de Thierry de PerettiAs bestas de Rodrigo SorogoyenTriangle of sadness de Ruben OstlundBruno Reidal de Vincent Le PortAucun ours de Jafar Panahi
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone! This week, as we wrap up season 2 of "You Made Me Watch That?!", Wickham and Colleen decided to go through the 2022 films they've seen this year, primarily focusing on "Decision to Leave" (2022, directed by Park Chan-Wook), and "The Banshees of Inisherin" (2022, directed by Martin McDonagh). Thank you so much for all the love and support. See you in season 3!
Get a whole month of great cinema FREE on MUBI: mubi.com/themoviepodcastOn this SPECIAL EDITION of The Movie Podcast, Daniel and Shahbaz are joined by SPECIAL GUEST Park Hae-il of Park Chan-wook's Decision to Leave: From a mountain peak in South Korea, a man plummets to his death. Did he jump, or was he pushed? When detective Hae-joon (Park Hae-il) arrives on the scene, he begins to suspect the dead man's wife Seo-rae (Tang Wei). But as he digs deeper into the investigation, he finds himself trapped in a web of deception and desire. Decision To Leave is now streaming exclusively on MUBI.Listen to The Movie Podcast interview now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!THE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
¿Está el cine coreano enseñando el camino para explorar nuevas formas de contar historias que no sigan el patrón establecido y esperado? Hoy hablamos de DECISION TO LEAVE (2022) dirigida por Park Chan-Wook. 00:00:00 Intro 00:06:45 Decision To Leave
Dragon on The Couch: The Dragon watched Barry Lyndon (HBO), Kubrick's period piece drama. She loved it despite its 3.5hr run time. Next, she watched Full Metal Jacket (Rent), Kubrick's Vietnam War drama. She also loved it and thought it really earned its praise. The Dragon watched Decision to Leave (Mubi/Theatres), Park Chan-Wook's latest film. She thought it was brilliant and loved it. Finally, for Joe Bob corner, she watched Nightbreed (Shudder), which she felt was a fun, dumb movie and enjoyed it. Berto on the Bed: Berto watched R.I.P.D. 2: Rise of the Damned (Netflix), the sequel to the 2013 action comedy. He thought it was an ok film, but wouldn't recommend it. Next, Berto watched Europa Report (Hulu), a sci-fi film. He thought it was interesting for its small nature. In Joe Bob Corner, he watched Monster Club (Shudder), which he found to be rather boring. He also watched HellBender (Shudder), which he found interesting but still not good. Finally, Berto entered Christmas movie corner, he watched A Christmas Star (unavailable), which he found hilariously bad and cheap. He also watched Mistletoe Mixup (Prime), which was quirky and silly, but not good. Finally, he watched 12 Pups of Christmas (Tubi), which was one of the most insane films he's ever seen. Dragon at the Movies: In this week's deep dive, we watched the 2020 romance movie Christmas in the Rockies, currently streaming on Amazon Prime.
Afin d'anticiper sereinement la sortie d'Avatar 2, 24FPS, le podcast ciné avec ou sans spoiler, fait le point sur les films vus avant ça. Voici les 21 films abordés sans spoiler par Jérôme et Julien dans cet épisode : Barbare de Zach Cregger (à partir de 0:06:07) X de Ti West (à partir de 0:18:51) Ne Dis Rien (Speak No Evil) de Christian Tafdrup (à partir de 0:42:46) Bones And All de Luca Guadagnino (à partir de 0:48:44) Le Menu de Mark Mylod (à partir de 0:56:02) Black Adam de Jaume Collet-Serra (à partir de 1:03:31) Balle Perdue 2 de Guillaume Pierret (à partir de 1:42:13) Tar de Todd Field (à partir de 1:54:29) Decision To Leave de Park Chan-Wook (à partir de 2:02:02) Amsterdam de David O. Russell (à partir de 2:08:13) She Said de Maria Schrader (à partir de 2:18:00) Emmet Till de Chinonye Chukwu (à partir de 2:24:03) The Stranger de Thomas M. Wright (à partir de 2:30:10) Retrograde de Matthew Heineman (à partir de 2:36:11) Selena Gomez - My Mind And Me (à partir de 2:45:55) Enola Holmes 2 de Harry Bradbeer (à partir de 2:56:05) Violent Night de Tommy Wirkola (à partir de 3:02:30) Beavis & Butt-Head Do The Universe de John Rice et Albert Calleros (à partir de 3:17:12) Black Panther - Wakanda Forever de Ryan Coogler (à partir de 3:35:25) Sans Filtre (Triangle Of Sadness) de Ruben Östlund (à partir de 4:03:45) À l'Ouest Rien De Nouveau de Edward Berger (à partir de 4:17:16) Et Sans Filtre (Triangle Of Sadness) revient pour une partie avec spoiler à partir de 4:45:45 Bonne écoute, et n'hésitez pas à nous dire ce que vous avez pensé de Balle Perdue 2 ! Retrouvez Jérôme dans Le Podcast Qui N'a Pas De Nom pour discuter des coulisses de ses podcasts, C'est Plus Que De La SF et Hyperdrive pour discuter de la série Andor, et The Masters Of Horror Show pour Dark Star, le premier film de John Carpenter. Retrouvez également Jérôme sur YouTube dans l'émission ciné Stranger Films en compagnie de Florian. Crédits musicaux : Bullet With Butterfly Wings des Smashing Pumpkins, issu de l'album Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (1995), et Children Of The Grave de Black Sabbath, issu de l'album Master Of Reality (1971)
Happy holidays! Actor Timothy Simons joins Sean for the ultimate gift: a conversation about how to build a Blu-ray collection—how to shop for them, what to play them on, the best ones to buy, whether it's an addiction or not, and so much more (1:00). Then, filmmaker Park Chan-wook stops by to talk with Sean about his film ‘Decision to Leave' (1:23:00). Host: Sean Fennessey Guests: Park Chan-wook and Timothy Simons Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Get a whole month of great cinema FREE on MUBI: mubi.com/themoviepodcastDaniel, Shahbaz, & Anthony review Park Chan-wook's DECISION TO LEAVE starring Tang Wei and Park Hae-il. From a mountain peak in South Korea, a man plummets to his death. Did he jump, or was he pushed? When detective Hae-joon arrives on the scene, he begins to suspect the dead man's wife Seo-rae. But as he digs deeper into the investigation, he finds himself trapped in a web of deception and desire. Decision To Leave streams exclusively on MUBI December 9, 2022.Listen to The Movie Podcast review now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: email@example.comTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!THE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
In 1972, a lush pop ballad called "The Mist" swirled out of radios all over South Korea. Fifty years later, master auteur Park Chan-wook has taken it as the main inspiration for his celebrated new thriller-romance DECISION TO LEAVE.In this special episode of the award-winning MUBI Podcast, Park tells host Rico Gagliano about the song's influence on the film, unveils the musical inspiration for a possible future project...and explains why his action sequences always seem to leave his characters breathless.DECISION TO LEAVE is showing in select US and UK cinemas, and will stream exclusively on MUBI starting December 9th in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, India and Turkey.To give the gift of great cinema, visit https://mubi.com/giftsMUBI is a global streaming service, production company and film distributor. A place to discover and watch beautiful, interesting, incredible films. A new hand-picked film arrives on MUBI, every single day. From iconic directors, to emerging auteurs. All carefully chosen by MUBI's curators.
Join Andrew for an enlightnening conversation about the new disney movie Strange World. The trolls came out heavy for this one online. Also covered on this episode: The new netflix movie The Wonder, the new killer Santa movie Violent Night, and Park Chan-Wook's new film Decision to leave. Stick around for a mini review of The Audacy Beach Festival and a little bit of live Jack White.
Eric, Robert, and The Minister discuss Park Chan Wook's latest film DECISION TO LEAVE, an Austrailian crime drama called THE STRANGER, and the widedly praised Argentinian film ARGENTINA, 1985. Email: FlicksationPodcast@gmail.com Twitter: FlicksationPod Call or text the voicemail line: (608) 535-9302 2022 Flicksation Podcast Network
On the one hundred and ninety-seventh episode of THE THIRD ACT PODCAST the crew enjoys long walks in the park. We take the opportunity to talk about the latest Park Chan-Wook film and review his romantic mystery film, DECISION TO LEAVE. We pair that with a different kind of park talk by digging into the Robert Altman thriller, THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK. We also resurrect our Recently Watched segment to share some quick thoughts on The Banshees of Inisherin and Causeway. We also discuss movie stars, bubble baths, and deluxe sushi lunches. Keep in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter and email us anytime at: TheThirdActPodcast@gmail.com
Ariel sits down with Kim Ji-yong to discuss the decisions made in creating the look of Park Chan-Wook's romantic noir film arriving on MUBI soon, Decision to Leave.Support the show
In the latest episode of Make Time for This, Adam and Andrew discuss Decision to Leave and the continuing brilliance of Park Chan-wook. If you like what you hear, make sure to subscribe, follow on Twitter (@MakeTimeForThis), like us on Facebook, and come back next week for more talk of movies, TV, music and more. Up next we'll talk about the World Cup, while the movie focus will return early next week. Make Time for This and the Gyro Step Podcast Network are proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can also follow Crewsing for a Brewsing, Talk of the Tundra, Gyro Step Podcast and Win in 6 Podcast on Twitter for more from GSPN! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt book a trip to a lovely little island off the coast of Ireland (part of a much bigger island) to catch up with the reunion of writer/director Martin McDonagh, Colin Farrell, and Brendan Gleeson before they stop talking to each other forever with ‘The Banshees Of Inisherin'. Then it's off to South Korea to help solve the mystery of an accident, that may be a murder, with a dusting of love thrown in. It's Park Chan-Wook's latest, ‘Decision to Leave'. There's the scintillating run down of the big upcoming releases on Physical Media, featuring the Straight to DVD and Streaming Picks of the Week! Then Matt and Chris wrap up the show with another entry of the betting game with no follow through, ‘What Are The Odds?!?'. Let's all try and stay friends, and possibly murderous lovers, after this one, okay?00:00-12:5 1: Intro/ The Banshees Of Inisherin12:52-26:03: Physical Media Picks26:04-38:47: Decision To Leave38:48-58:39: What Are The Odds?!?58:40-59:49: Wrap Up Theme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
This week we discuss two incredible international vampire movies from the 00s...first, Rob Watts joins Mike to talk about the briliance of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN (2008) before Tim Coleman drops in to talk about Park Chan Wook's sexy vampire flick, THIRST (2009). This week's episode is sponsored by ADAM Z. ROBINSON. Use an exclusive discount code (EOH22) and buy tickets to his upcoming performance of A Christmas Carol at the Barons Court Theatre. Mike and other friends of the pod will be at the performance on the 10th December (followed by drinks afterwards) so if you can, join us for that one! Music by Jack Whitney. Visit our website www.evolutionofhorror.com Keep an eye on all our UPCOMING EVENTS Buy tickets for our next upcoming EVOLUTION OF HORROR PRESENTS screening at the Genesis Cinema! www.evolutionofhorror.com/genesis You can now buy Evolution of Horror merch on our TeePublic store! www.evolutionofhorror.com/merchandise Subscribe and donate on PATREON for bonus monthly content and extra treats... www.patreon.com/evolutionofhorror Email us! Follow us on TWITTER Follow us on INSTAGRAM Like us on FACEBOOK Join the DISCUSSION GROUP Join the DISCORD Follow us on LETTERBOXD Mike Muncer is a producer, podcaster and film journalist and can be found on TWITTER
Cameron and Juzo review Park Chan-Wook's latest film, Decision to Leave. Can it live up to the standard set by his earlier movies Oldboy (2003) and The Handmaiden (2016)? Cinema Spectator is a movie podcast hosted by Isaac Ransom and Cameron Tuttle. The show is executive produced by Darrin O'Neill; recorded & produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. You can support the show at patreon.com/ecfsproductions. Follow us on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter under ECFS Productions (@ecfsproductions). Isaac and Cameron started recording podcast with their first project Everything Comes from Something (2018), now focusing on new weekly content for Cinema Spectator. Cameron Tuttle is a full-time professional cinematographer, majoring from SFSU Film school to collaborate with corporate, private, and creative productions. Cameron is the expert. Isaac Ransom is a professional creative, digital marketer, and product manager working full-time. Isaac is the student. The podcast is a passion project between two longtime friends, we hope you can enjoy our project with the limited time we have! Thank you for your time, your generosity, and support.
We lead off this edition of the BFG podcast with a discussion of Nobel Prize laureate Bob Dylan. That's the Literature Prize to you. Dylan has written a new book called Philosophy of Song, about songs he likes, and it's as inscrutable as the rest of his body of work. Book and Film Globe contributor Jim Sullivan joins host Neal Pollack to talk about his review of The Philosophy of Modern Song. And they make fun of rock critics as well as Dylan's somewhat purplish prose style. This might just be a joke that Dylan is playing on all of us.Halloween may be in the past, but vampire shows are still on TV. Scott Gold joins Neal Pollack to talk about Interview with the Vampire, a new adaptation of the classic Anne Rice novel. Scott admires the new setting in Jazz Age New Orleans, and finds the lead vampires dynamic and magnetic, but a bad casting decision of the orphan vampire Claudia brings the proceedings down a little.Just as biting is the Showtime adaptation of the classic Swedish vampire movie Let The Right One In. The setting is now America, and the girl vampire's caretaker is now her aging father. But the basic premise remains the same. Scott has good things to say about the show but is critical of some somewhat convenient plot choices.In non-vampire news, it's the Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions. Neal and Daniel Cohen go deep into the weeds of the TOC, talk about why some players are favored over others, and discuss efficacy of using flash cards to study for trivia competitions. If you're not ready, you're not going to win. Also, Neal laments the fact that they never ask any questions about Park Chan-Wook on the show.Enjoy our podcast, this week and every week!
“The closer you look, the harder you fall.” Park Chan-wook cross-pollinates a police procedural with a femme fatale romance in his latest film. Swirling around two lost souls navigating a web of murder, deceit, and desire to desperately cling to their perverse affair, Decision to Leave is a sensual puzzle box. We discuss the illustrious director's filmography, the painterly craft behind the movie, and the inscrutable Tang Wei.
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David, Jeff, and Devindra dive into the Curiosities in Guillermo Del Toro's Cabinet, are impressed by the drama in Women Talking, and hint at a movie that has been on Jeff's list of shame for 15 years. Then, they review Park Chan-Wook's Decision To Leave. Also: we're making video versions of our reviews! Be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube at youtube.com/slashfilmcast. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend titles. Thanks to Mike C for building the Hashtag Slashtag website. Weekly Plugs David - Decoding Reality: A New Reality TV podcast Devindra - Devindra on TWIT 7471 Jeff - Throwing Stuff into Space Shownotes (All timestamps are approximate only) What we've been watching (~26:44) David - The Stranger, Fall Devindra - Cabinet of Curiosities, The White Lotus S2 Jeff - Women Talking, How to Change Your Mind Featured Review (~1:13:03) Decision To Leave SPOILERS (~1:29:30) Support David's artistic endeavors at his Patreon. Listen and subscribe to David's interview podcast Culturally Relevant and subscribe to his YouTube channel. Check out Jeff Cannata's podcasts DLC and We Have Concerns. Listen to Devindra's podcast with Engadget on all things tech. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, follow us on Twitter @thefilmcastpod. Credits: Our theme song is by Varsity Blue, the newest project by Tim McEwan from The Midnight. Our Slashfilmcourt music comes from SMHMUSIC.com. Our weekly plugs music comes from Noah Ross. Our spoiler bumper comes from filmmaker Kyle Corwith. If you'd like advertise with us or sponsor us, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You can support the podcast by going to patreon.com/filmpodcast or by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts.
Park Chan-wook is here to stay. That's right, this week we're reviewing Decision to Leave, the latest film from Park Chan-Wook, director of Oldboy, Stoker, and The Handmaiden. We discuss this South Korean neo-noir mystery thriller starring Park Hae-il as a murder-obsessed police detective struggling to control his attraction to a suspect in a murder investigation (Tang Wei). But we of course kick off the show with voicemails from the listeners and some brief chitchat about what's playing in theaters right now. Show Notes: 00:00:00 – Intro/Off-Topics 00:09:10 – Pizza War Voicemails 00:21:25 – Decision to Leave review Intro Music: “Traces” by Glimlip & Freddie Kane Links: Follow us on Twitter: Jon Negroni, Will Ashton Leave us a voicemail on the Swell app! Check out our Cinemaholics Merch! Check out our Patreon to support Cinemaholics! Email your feedback to cinemaholicspodcast [at] gmail.com. Connect with Cinemaholics on Facebook and Twitter. Support our show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cinemaholicsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chelsea and Victoria get pulled into Park Chan-Wook's unsentimental, genre-blending THIRST (2009)Shop the Store: http://tee.pub/lic/bvHvK3HNFhkTheme Music "A Movie I'd Like to See" by Al Harley. Show Art: Cecily Brown Follow the Show @freshmoviepod YouTube Channel email@example.com
Director Park-Chan wook on his new film Decision to Leave, singer-songwriter Tim Baker on his new album The Festival, and Q's film panel on the buzziest horror films of the year.
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Keeping spooky month going with Korean Horror. We talk Train to Busan, The Wailing, and Park Chan-Wook's Thirst. And per usual we get sidetracked talking about fears of coyotes and mountain lions of course. Write to us! firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us! @cinebums on Instagram Letterboxd! letterboxd.com/cinebums/ YouTube! CineBums on YouTube --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinebums/support
This week we have two movies for you. First, we review V/H/S/99 (1:56), the latest annoyingly mixed bag in the V/H/S horror anthology franchise. Somehow it's Shudder's most streamed movie of all-time?! Next, we delve into Park Chan-wook's intriguing, yet lengthy film noir-inspired romance and slow-burn thriller DECISION TO LEAVE (32:26). And in this week's Patreon exclusive audio, we talk about the winner of our zombie movie poll, Bruce McDonald's 2008 movie PONTYPOOL! Join Our Patreon Buy Spoilerpiece Merch
Director Park-Chan wook on his new film Decision to Leave, singer-songwriter Tim Baker on his new album The Festival, and Q's film panel on the buzziest horror films of the year.
The boys are back for episode 7 as we go over Black Adam and the mess that is the DC extended universe. We also talk about how we rate movies, the latest Marvel news, the new Saw and Conjuring movies, and much more movie news. Tyler takes us home with a hot take before we draft the funniest movie and TV show characters of all time in an effort to make the funniest collective film group. Vote for the winner of the funniest characters draft on Twitter @ReelTokPodcast! https://twitter.com/reeltokpodcast Timestamps: (0:00) Intro (0:18) Rate us 5 stars and Cam will give you a hug (0:35) How is everybody doing? (9:25) What have we been watching? (19:00) Cam never uses Letterboxd (20:00) Rating movies (25:40) What Tyler has been watching (30:45) Black Adam Review NO SPOILERS (51:26) SPOILERS BLACK ADAM (1:03:30) SPOILERS END Our Official Black Adam Scores (1:04:00) DCEU News: President is out, Batman news, Man of Steel 2 (1:16:00) Marvel News: Fantastic Four, Adam Driver, Spider-Man 4 (1:29:40) Tim Burton Hates Disney (1:30:30) Conjuring 4 and Scream 10 (X) are in development (1:35:00) Tilda Swinton out of Adam McKay's Parasite series (1:36:50) Equalizer 3 LAME (1:37:10) Warner Bros Lord of the Rings NFTs (1:38:00) Gamestop Stock Movie Casting (1:40:08) Angelina Jolie sings Opera (1:42:15) New Dacre Montgomery film (1:44:13) Park Chan Wook goes James Bond (1:45:40) Creed 3 Trailer and Michael B. Jordan (1:48:28) A Man Called Otto Tom Hanks Movie (1:50:40) A Christmas Story Christmas (1:52:44) Diary of a Wimpy Kid (1:55:10) Banshees of Inisherin Review from Seth (1:58:05) Going to the movies with your family (2:00:00) Tyler's Hot Take: Comedies STINK (2:05:30) Funniest characters in TV and Film DRAFT (2:21:00) Go vote on Twitter for the draft winner! @ReelTokPodast (2:22:30) That's all folks! Go follow us on all of our socials below! ReelTok TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@reeltokpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reeltokpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/reeltokpodcast Listen and Rate Us 5 Stars on Spotfiy and Apple Podcasts: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3V214vWwkO823aa4OaeDrO?si=ddaefaebe5c1460c Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reeltok-podcast/id1644680412 Welcome to ReelTok Podcast hosted by Cam, Tyler, Seth, and George where we talk all things movies, TV, and pop culture news. Weekly podcast episodes are released every Monday with YouTube videos uploaded daily. Help us become the #1 movie podcast in the entire world! Black Adam is Mid, the DCEU is in Shambles, & Funniest Characters Draft | ReelTok Ep. 7 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reeltokpodcast/support
Ep. 143: Park Chan-wook on Decision to Leave Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw. I'm your host, Nicolas Rapold. Park Chan-wook's Decision to Leave is one of the best films of 2022, hands-down, showing the Korean master at the height of his powers with this dazzling, seductive thriller. I was fortunate enough to sit down with director Park during the New York Film Festival, where Decision to Leave screened, following its world premiere at Cannes in May. We discussed the origin of the story, his filmmaking decisions from the micro to the macro, the casting of Tang Wei and Park Hae-il, his collaboration with the screenwriter Jeong Seo-kyeong, and, naturally, the last film he saw. Note: director Park spoke through a translator who is heard on the audio. Please support the production of this podcast by signing up at: rapold.substack.com Music: “Tomorrow's Forecast” by The Minarets, courtesy of The Minarets Photo by Steve Snodgrass
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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're revisiting a special conversation from the 60th New York Film Festival with director Park Chan-wook and actor Park Hae-il on the season's biggest hit, Decision to Leave. Moderated by NYFF Executive Director Eugene Hernandez. Busan detective Hae-joon (Park Hae-il) finds that he's increasingly obsessed with a puzzling new case: a middle-aged businessman has mysteriously fallen to his death during a rock climbing expedition. Upon discovering photos of his abused wife, a Chinese national named Seo-rae (Tang Wei), Hae-joon begins to suspect it wasn't an accident, all the while becoming emotionally and erotically drawn to her. From this Hitchcockian situation, director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy) weaves a swelling, expanding, ever more complex tale about a possible black widow and the investigator who just might be fashioning his own web. One of Park's most enveloping and accomplished thrillers, which earned him the Best Director award at this year's Cannes Film Festival, Decision to Leave is a constantly surprising, elegantly constructed film that builds in power to a truly haunting denouement. Decision to Leave is now playing in our theaters! Get showtimes and tickets at filmlinc.org/decision
We're getting down to serious business, people: It's almost Halloween! SPOOKY SEASON. Our first movie is the horror sequel "Halloween Ends," which, they promise, ends the Halloween franchise. Then we look at the Claire Denis romantic thriller "Stars at Noon." Then it's Park Chan-Wook's "Decision to Leave." Timestamps: 16:21 "Halloween Ends" 42:11 "Stars at Noon" 1:04:25 "Decision to Leave" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on Twitter, or email@example.com. As always, give us a review on iTunes with the name of a movie you'd like us to review, and we'll discuss it on a later podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Decision To Leave" is one of the year's most buzzed-about films ever since its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. In the much-anticipated follow-up film to "The Handmaiden," writer/director Park Chan-wook has crafted a femme fatale romance with his usual quirky humor, twists, and precise filmmaking. He won the Best Director prize at the Cannes Film Festival, and the film has now been selected as South Korea's official submission for this year's Best International Feature Film Oscar race. Park Chan-wook and his leading man Park Hae-il were kind enough to chat with me about the film as they both discussed working with the film's leading actress Tang-Wei, and what it was like shooting the climatic scene on the beach during high tide, and more. Please make sure to see the film now playing in theaters from MUBI; take a listen down below and enjoy! Thank you. Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture