Park Chan Wook’s incredible masterpiece and best Korean movie, Decision to Leave, is making its grand entrance to the 2023 Golden Globes nominations. So, which category is Decision to Leave entering, and what other titles is the Korean movie competing against? Do you think they will snatch back the honor for South Korea? Check out the following complete details.
Korean Movie Decision to Leave Enters the 2023 Golden Globes Nominations
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association made an official announcement of the 80th annual Golden Globe Awards nominations on December 12 local time. In the statement, the 2023 Golden Globes revealed that Park Chan Wook’s masterpiece, Decision to Leave Korean movie, has entered the list of its prestigious nominations.
The Golden Globe Awards honors various global film and TV accomplishments and is considered the second most respectable after the Oscars (Academy Awards).
Decision to Leave Korean Movie Nominated Against Noteworthy Opponents
According to the announcement, Decision to Leave Korean drama has managed to secure a place in the 2023 Golden Globes nominations for “Best Picture: Non-English Language”.
Formerly known as “Foreign Language Films”, this category may have already sounded familiar to Korean movie enthusiasts. That is because two of Korean movie predecessors have previously managed to secure the title: Parasite in 2020 and Minari in 2021.
This year, Park Chan Wook’s masterpiecewill be up against multiple noteworthy opponents in the “Best Picture: Non-English Language” of 2023 Golden Globes nominations.
The first opponent is a German movie, All Quiet on the Western Front, which tells the story of young German soldiers who had to face the reality of the war during World War I in 1914.
Second, Decision to Leave must face an Argentinian movie, Argentina, 1985, and their story of fighting Argentina’s military dictatorship.
The third opponent is Close, a combined project between Netherlands, France, and Belgium. It tells the story of two teenage boys whose friendship is put to the test and torn apart.
And finally, the considered most-powerful opponent is RRR (Rise, Roar, Revolt) Indian movie that tells the fictional history of two legendary revolutionaries on their way to fight for their countries in 1920s. This Indian movie has an impressive rave review of over 90% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Who Will Secure the Honor at the 2023 Golden Globes?
So, who do you think will win the “Best Picture: Non-English Language” this year? Will Decision to Leave Korean drama manage to snatch back the title for South Korea after its absence last year? Or will Park Chan Wook’s masterpiece surrender the honor to the other opponents?
If Decision to Leave wins the title this year, it will undoubtedly add to the movie’s excellent reputation. Previously, this movie had secured 5 impressive titles at the 2022 Buil Film Awards and 6 outstanding honors at the 2022 Blue Dragon Awards.
Its director, Park Chan Wook, also won the Best Director title at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival for this masterpiece.
On top of everything, Decision to Leave will also represent South Korea for Best International Feature appearance in the upcoming Academy Awards (Oscars).
Finally, if you think that Decision to Leave deserves to win the honor, please tell us your reasons in the comments. And stay with Kpoppost Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Telegram channel for more updates.
Here’s a short preview of Park Chan Wook’s masterpiece, along with the wonderful performance of Park Hae Il and Tang Wei.
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