In Little White Lies issue 95, dive in to the deceptively tranquil waters of Park Chan-wook’s sensational, genre-splicing detective yarn, Decision to Leave.
In this issue:
Lead Review: Hannah Strong grapples with the nerve-rattling melodrama of Park Chan-wook’s stunning latest, Decision to Leave.
Shadows and Fog: Iana Murray talks to the enigmatic Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook about the precision required to make a film like Decision to Leave.
Park Chan-wook: A Space Odyssey
A dossier of five essays exploring the significance of rooms and interior spaces in the cinema of Park Chan-wook, by David Jenkins, Josh Slater-Williams, Saffron Maeve, Lillian Crawford, Leila Latif.
The Ballad of Scottie and Madeleine: Mark Asch and Sophie Monks Kaufman enter into a dialogue on the interpretive vortex that is Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
Ten Green Bottles: Jake Cole celebrates another – and very different – Korean maestro, the maker of acerbic, tipsy relationship miniatures, Hong Sang-soo.
Lena Dunham: Emma Fraser chats to the American polymath on the occasion of her hilarious and heartfelt new directorial work, Catherine Called Birdy.
Kogonada: Ella Kemp talks to video essayist-turned-writer/director Kogonada about his gentle sci-fi parable, After Yang.
Meet the Author: Philippa Snow
Little White Lies launched in 2005 with the sole aim of creating a magazine that captures the excitement of talking about movies with good friends by bringing together impassioned, intelligent writing with striking illustration. The magazine has since become renowned for its independent ethos and iconic covers.