Murder is lost in translation in 'Decision to Leave' : Pop Culture Happy Hour In Decision to Leave, a man is found dead and the prime suspect is his widow. Things become complicated when the detective assigned to the case becomes enamored with her. This is the latest movie from South Korean director Park Chan-wook, who made Oldboy and The Handmaiden.

Murder is lost in translation in 'Decision to Leave'

Murder is lost in translation in 'Decision to Leave'

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In Decision to Leave, a man is found dead and the prime suspect is his widow. Things become complicated when the detective assigned to the case becomes enamored with her. This is the latest movie from South Korean director Park Chan-wook, who made Oldboy and The Handmaiden.