Park Chan-wook ‘Decision to Break Up’, U.S. Creative Choice failed.
Director Park Chan-wook movie “Decision to Break Up” did not receive an award at the “Critic Choice Awards.”
The decision to break up was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 28th Creative Choice Awards held at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles (LA) on the 15th, but the award failed. The Indian film ‘RRR: Rise Lower Ribolt’ won the honor, beating the decision to break up. In addition, they competed with “No Problem on the Western Front” (Germany), “Argentina, 1985 (Argentina), “Bardo, False Chronicles with a Little Truth” (Mexico), and “Close” (Belgium).
The film is director Park’s first new film in six years since “The Lady” (2016). It depicts a romance between “Hae-jun” (Park Hae-il), a detective investigating the death of a middle-aged man from a mountain, and “Seorae” (Tangwei), the wife of a dead man. It was seen by 1.89 million people in Korea and won the Best Director Award at Cannes International Film in May last year. He was nominated for the “Non-English Film Award” at the 80th Golden Globes in the U.S. on October 10, but failed to win the award.
The Critics Choice Awards is an award that critics of broadcasting and film in the U.S. and Canada evaluate their work and acting skills. ENA dramas ‘Weird Lawyer Woo Young-woo’ and Apple TV+ ‘Pachinco’ will compete for the best foreign language drama award.