Korea’s Park Chan-wook leaves violence behind in new ‘grownup movie’ titled ‘Choice to Go away’



Celebrated South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook, finest identified for his brutal Vengeance Trilogy, is protecting new floor along with his newest Cannes competitors entry, “Choice to Go away.”

The romantic thriller a few detective and homicide suspect who turn out to be infatuated with each other options, opposite to the expectation of some, little violence or nudity.

“When one thing isn’t within the movie you say why is not it there and the opposite manner round,” Park joked when requested at a Cannes press convention if the movie marks a brand new route for him.

“After I began making ready to make the film, I needed to make a movie for adults. Everybody stated to me, ‘Oh it may be a very erotic, attractive movie,’ and I believed, how odd that that’s what individuals count on once I say I need to make a movie for adults so I did the precise reverse.”

Tang Wei, Park Chan-wook, Park Hae-il

Park Hae-il stars as police detective Hae-joon, who’s investigating the demise of an avid climber who fell from a mountain peak. Assembly the person’s spouse, a mysterious lady of Chinese language origin, Hae-joon suspicions develop when she exhibits no signal of shock over her loss. He begins observing her and over time the 2 develop emotions for each other.

“There are many police tales however they’re normally very tough, very violent and on this case the detective may be very clean-cut and sort. He does not use violence, or at the very least makes use of it as little as potential as a way to remedy all these mysteries,” stated actor Park Hae-il.

“Via my efficiency I needed to painting a brand new sort of a cop,” the actor stated.

“Choice to Go away” is Park’s fourth movie at Cannes, with 2004’s “Previous Boy” successful the competition’s Grand Prix and “Thirst” tying for the Jury Prize in 2009. It’s certainly one of 21 titles vying for the competition’s prime honour, the Palme d’Or, this 12 months.


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