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Decision to Leave
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Hangul
헤어질 결심
Hanja
헤어질 決心
Directed byPark Chan-wook
Written by
  • Jeong Seo-kyeong
  • Park Chan-wook
Produced byPark Chan-wook
Starring
CinematographyKim Ji-yong
Edited byKim Sang-bum
Music byJo Yeong-wook
Production
company
Moho Film
Distributed byCJ Entertainment
Release dates
  • 23 May 2022 (2022-05-23) (Cannes)
  • 29 June 2022 (2022-06-29) (South Korea)
Running time
139 minutes
CountrySouth Korea
LanguageKorean
Box officeUS$22.4 million[1][2]

Decision to Leave (Korean헤어질 결심; Hanja헤어질 決心; RRHeeojil gyeolsim; lit. Resolution to Break Up) is a 2022 South Korean romantic mystery film produced, co-written and directed by Park Chan-wook. It stars Tang Wei and Park Hae-il.[3]

In April 2022, the film was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival,[4][5] where Park Chan-wook won Best Director.[6] Decision to Leave was released theatrically on 29 June 2022 in South Korea.[7] The film received acclaim from critics, who praised Chan-wook's direction, the cinematography, and the performances of Hae-il and Wei. It was selected as the South Korean entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 95th Academy Awards,[8] making the December shortlist.[9] It was also named one of the top 5 international films of 2022 by the National Board of Review.[10]

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Korean language

Korean language

Korean is the native language for about 80 million people, mostly of Korean descent. It is the official and national language of both North Korea and South Korea, but over the past 75 years of political division, the two Koreas have developed some noticeable vocabulary differences. Beyond Korea, the language is recognised as a minority language in parts of China, namely Jilin Province, and specifically Yanbian Prefecture and Changbai County. It is also spoken by Sakhalin Koreans in parts of Sakhalin, the Russian island just north of Japan, and by the Koryo-saramcode: kor promoted to code: ko in parts of Central Asia. The language has a few extinct relatives which—along with the Jeju language (Jejuan) of Jeju Island and Korean itself—form the compact Koreanic language family. Even so, Jejuan and Korean are not mutually intelligible with each other. The linguistic homeland of Korean is suggested to be somewhere in contemporary Northeast China. The hierarchy of the society from which the language originates deeply influences the language, leading to a system of speech levels and honorifics indicative of the formality of any given situation.

Hanja

Hanja

Hanja, alternatively known as Hancha, are Chinese characters used in the writing of Korean. Hanja was used as early as the Gojoseon period, the first ever Korean kingdom.

Revised Romanization of Korean

Revised Romanization of Korean

Revised Romanization of Korean is the official Korean language romanization system in South Korea. It was developed by the National Academy of the Korean Language from 1995 and was released to the public on 7 July 2000 by South Korea's Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Proclamation No. 2000-8.

Mystery film

Mystery film

A mystery film is a genre of film that revolves around the solution of a problem or a crime. It focuses on the efforts of the detective, private investigator or amateur sleuth to solve the mysterious circumstances of an issue by means of clues, investigation, and clever deduction.

Park Chan-wook

Park Chan-wook

Park Chan-wook is a South Korean film director, screenwriter, producer, and former film critic. He is considered one of the most prominent filmmakers of South Korean cinema as well as world cinema in 21st century. His films have gained notoriety for their cinematography and framing, black humor and often brutal subject matter.

Park Hae-il

Park Hae-il

Park Hae-il is a South Korean actor. He began his acting career in theater, but soon gained the film industry's attention in 2003 with Jealousy Is My Middle Name and Memories of Murder. Park's film career took off, with leading roles in films of diverse genres, including relationship drama Rules of Dating (2005), horror mystery Paradise Murdered (2007), and crime thriller Moss (2010). More recently, Park received Best Actor honors for his performance in the period action film War of the Arrows, which was the highest-grossing Korean film of 2011. He also received critical acclaim for his role as an aging poet in A Muse (2012).

Palme d'Or

Palme d'Or

The Palme d'Or is the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. It was introduced in 1955 by the festival's organizing committee. Previously, from 1939 to 1954, the festival's highest prize was the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film. In 1964, The Palme d'Or was replaced again by the Grand Prix, before being reintroduced in 1975.

2022 Cannes Film Festival

2022 Cannes Film Festival

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Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Director

Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Director

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Academy Award for Best International Feature Film

Academy Award for Best International Feature Film

The Academy Award for Best International Feature Film is one of the Academy Awards handed out annually by the U.S.-based Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). It is given to a feature-length motion picture produced outside the United States with a predominantly non-English dialogue track.

95th Academy Awards

95th Academy Awards

The 95th Academy Awards ceremony will be presented, on March 12, 2023, by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). It will honor films released in 2022 and will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The ceremony will be televised in the United States by ABC and will be produced by Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner. Weiss also serves as the director. Comedian Jimmy Kimmel will host the show for the third time; he was the host for the 89th and 90th editions of the ceremony.

National Board of Review

National Board of Review

The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures is a non-profit organization of New York City area film enthusiasts. Its awards, which are announced in early December, are considered an early harbinger of the film awards season that culminates in the Academy Awards.

Plot

An insomniac detective, Hae-Jun, works in Busan and only sees his wife, Jung-An, a nuclear power plant worker residing in Ipo, once a week. Hae-Jun and his partner, Soo-Wan, encounter a case where a retired immigration officer, Ki Do Soo, is found dead at the foot of a mountain he often climbed. They interview his much younger wife, Seo-Rae, an emigrant from China who works as a caretaker for seniors. They suspect her because of her insufficient displays of grief, a scratch on her hand, bruises on her legs and torso, and a tattoo of Ki's initials in the manner that he marked his other belongings.

Hae-Jun conducts further interviews with Seo-Rae and conducts nightly stakeouts outside of Seo-Rae's apartment building, becoming infatuated with her in the process. Seo-Rae observes him outside her building, and witnesses one of his other investigations in turn. Seo-Rae's Monday client says Seo-Rae was with her on the day that Ki died, and camera footage is found showing Seo-Rae outside her Monday client's home shortly before Ki's time of death. Questioned about her background, Seo-Rae admits that in China, she killed her mother with fentanyl pills because her mother was terminally ill and asked her to do so. Before dying, she told Seo-Rae to go to Korea to claim the mountain her Korean grandfather, an independence fighter in Manchuria, had left her. Seo-Rae gives Hae-Jun letters written by Ki admitting to being corrupt, including a letter sent to a subordinate that Hae-Jun interprets as a suicide note. Hae-Jun rules that the death was a suicide despite Soo-Wan's doubts and informs Seo-Rae that she is no longer a suspect.

Seo-Rae and Hae-Jun go on a date at a Buddhist temple, visit each other's homes, and become close. During a visit to his apartment, Seo-Rae burns Hae-Jun's photo evidence from her husband's case, reasoning that Hae-Jun's insomnia is caused by his haunting cases. One day, substituting for Seo-Rae at her Monday client, Hae-Jun learns that Seo-Rae and the client have the same model of cell phone, and that the client has dementia and does not know the day of the week. On the client's phone, he sees that the housebound woman apparently walked up 138 flights of stairs on the day of Ki's death. Hae-Jun realizes that Seo-Rae switched her phone for her client's and then climbed the mountain to push Ki off, resulting in her bruises and scratches. Confronting Seo-Rae in her apartment, he concludes that she also forged the suicide note and, to her consternation, accuses her of getting close to him to destroy his evidence. Hae-Jun tells Seo-Rae that she has destroyed his pride in his job and that, since meeting her, he has become "shattered"; nevertheless, he tells her that he has covered up the evidence and instructs her to throw the incriminating phone into the sea before leaving.

Thirteen months later, Hae-Jun has moved to Ipo to live with Jung-An after developing depression and more severe insomnia. At the fish market with Jung-An, he encounters Seo-Rae with her new husband Im Ho-Shin, a business investor. The next day, Ho-Shin is found dead in his mansion's swimming pool. Hae-Jun takes on the case and is convinced Seo-Rae is the culprit. She admits only to draining the pool so that Hae-Jun would not be disturbed by the blood. Sa Cheol-Seong, a Chinese immigrant, soon confesses to killing Ho-Shin for defrauding his late mother of millions of dollars. Sa denies that Seo-Rae played any role and reveals he had installed a tracker on Seo-Rae's phone so he could find where Ho-Shin lived.

Hae-Jun confronts Seo-Rae at the mountain her grandfather left her. She reaches Hae-Jun at the edge of the mountain and hugs him. Seo-Rae reveals that she kept the phone with incriminating evidence from Ki's case, and proposes that he use it as a way to "reinvestigate" her. They kiss passionately. Jung-An leaves Hae-Jun when he returns home, suspecting his affair.

The next day, Hae-Jun learns from Sa that Seo-Rae visited Sa's mother in the hospital on the day that she died. He concludes that Seo-Rae slipped the mother the remaining fentanyl pills she had in her possession, knowing Sa would kill Ho-Shin as soon as his mother died. Hae-Jun tracks Seo-Rae's phone via the tracker Sa installed and chases her to a beach. Over the phone, she tells him that Ho-Shin had discovered a phone recording where Hae-Jun told Seo-Rae that he loved her, and that Ho-Shin had planned to expose their illicit relationship. Hae-Jun doesn't recall telling Seo-Rae that he loved her, though she says she began loving him as he stopped loving her. At the beach, he finds her empty car and the cell phone, which contains the recording of his instructions for Seo-Rae to destroy the phone with evidence from Ki's case. Further out on the shore, Seo-Rae digs a pit in the sand and gets in it as the tide rises, letting it drown and bury her. Hae-Jun arrives at the beach and is unable to find Seo-Rae, unaware that she is buried in the sand beneath him. He searches desperately for her and cries in anguish.

Cast

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Lee Jung-hyun

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Production

The film is produced by Moho Film and is financed and distributed by CJ Entertainment. It began principal photography in October 2020.[17][18]

Release

Decision to Leave was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival to be held from 17 to 28 May 2022.[19] It screened for the first time at the Lumière Grand Theater on 23 May 2022 and was subsequently released theatrically in South Korea on 29 June 2022.[20] According to CJ E&M, the film was sold to 192 countries ahead of its premiere in competition at Cannes.[21][22]

In April 2022, streaming service Mubi acquired the rights to release the film in North America, the United Kingdom and Ireland, India and Turkey, to be streamed after its theatrical release later in the year.[23]

Decision to Leave had its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2022,[24] and its US premiere at Fantastic Fest Film Festival took place in the same month.[25] It was released theatrically in the United States and United Kingdom on 14 October 2022,[26] and in Australia in the same week.[27]

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2022 Cannes Film Festival

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The 75th annual Cannes Film Festival is a film festival that took place from 17 to 28 May 2022. The festival featured a tribute to actor Tom Cruise, whose film Top Gun: Maverick premiered at the festival and where the actor was awarded an Honorary Palme d'Or award on short notice. The official poster for the festival was designed as a homage to The Truman Show (1998).

CJ E&M

CJ E&M

CJ E&M is a South Korean entertainment and mass media company created by CJ Group in 2011 and later became a division of CJ ENM since July 2018.

Mubi (streaming service)

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Reception

Box office

The film was released on 29 June 2022 on 1,374 screens.[2][28] It opened at first place on Korean box office with 114,592 admissions.[29][30] On 13 July, after two weeks of release, the film surpassed 1 million cumulative admissions.[31]

As of 7 January 2023, it is the tenth highest-grossing Korean film of 2022, with a gross of US$15,589,120 and 1,893,954 admissions.[2]

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, 93% of 215 reviews of the film are positive, with an average rating of 8.30/10. The website's critics consensus reads "If Decision to Leave isn't quite on the same level as Park Chan-wook's masterpieces, this romantic thriller is still a remarkable achievement by any other metric."[32] Metacritic assigned the film a weighted average score of 84 out of 100 based on 44 critic reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".[33]

David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter, praising the director Park Chan-wook, wrote "A world-class artist at the top of his game...all while navigating multilayered plots that continue to deliver surprises right up until the end. It's a luxury to put yourself as a viewer in such capable hands."[34]

Peter Howell of Toronto Star rated the film 4 out of 4 and wrote "every frame is like a painting, with hints to character motivation and plot twists."[35]

Rafael Motamayor of Slash Film rated the film 7 out of 10 and wrote "This [the film] is not as surprising or innovative as director Park's earlier work, but it is still a fascinating and exquisitely directed film about desire, regret, and love."[36]

Luke Goodsell of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation called the film "a testament to Park's undimmed talent...Decision to Leave is one of his best".[27]


Wendy Ide gave it 5 stars out of 5 in The Guardian, describing it as an "enthralling, serpentine crime drama" that possesses "dangerously handsome cinematography, as precise as it is playful, is full of layers and flipped mirror images.[37]

Accolades

Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2023 Best Non-English Language Film Decision to Leave Won [38]
Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2022 Best Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Jeong Seo-kyeong Nominated [39]
Asian Film Awards 2023 Best Film Decision to Leave Pending [40]
Best Director Park Chan-wook Pending
Best Actor Park Hae-il Pending
Best Actress Tang Wei Pending
Best Screenplay Jhung Seo-kyung, Park Chan-wook Pending
Best Editing Kim Sang-bum Pending
Best Cinematography Kim Ji-yong Pending
Best Music Jo Yeong-wook Pending
Best Production Design Ryu Seong-hie Pending
Best Sound Kim Suk-won Pending
Asian Journalists Association 2022 AJA Awards Park Hae-il Won [41]
Austin Film Critics Association 2023 Best Director Park Chan-wook Pending [42]
Best International Film Decision to Leave Pending
Blue Dragon Film Awards 2022 Best Actor Park Hae-il Won [43][44]
Best Actress Tang Wei Won
Best Director Park Chan-wook Won
Best Film Decision to Leave Won
Best Music Jo Yeong-wook Won
Best Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Jeong Seo-kyeong Won
Popular Star Award Go Kyung-pyo Won
Best Art Direction Ryu Seong-hee Nominated
Best Cinematography and Lighting Kim Ji-yong, Shin Sang-yeol Nominated
Best Editing Kim Sang-beom Nominated
Best New Actress Kim Shin-young Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Go Kyung-pyo Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Lee Jung-hyun Nominated
Technical Award Kwak Jeong-ae Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics 2022 Best Editing Kim Sang-bum Won [45]
British Academy Film Awards 2023 Best Director Park Chan-wook Pending [46]
Best Film Not in the English Language Park Chan-wook, Ko Dae-seok Pending
British Independent Film Awards 2022 Best International Independent Film Park Chan-Wook, Chung Seo-Kyung Nominated [47]
Buil Film Awards 2022 Best Actor Park Hae-il Won [48][49]
Best Actress Tang Wei Won
Best Cinematography Kim Ji-yong Won
Best Film Decision to Leave Won
Best Music Jo Yeong-wook Won
Art and Technology Ryu Seong-Hie Nominated
Best Director Park Chan-wook Nominated
Best Screenplay Jeong Seo-kyeong, Park Chan-wook Nominated
Busan Film Critics Awards 2022 Best Actor Park Hae-il Won [50]
Cannes Film Festival 2022 Best Director Park Chan-wook Won [6]
Palme d'Or Decision to Leave Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association 2022 Best Cinematography Kim Ji-Yong Won [51][52]
Best Director Park Chan-wook Nominated
Best Best Editing Kim Sang-beom Nominated
Best Film Decision to Leave Nominated
Best Foreign Language Film Won
Chunsa Film Art Awards 2022 Best Actor Park Hae-il Won [53][54]
Best Actress Tang Wei Won
Best Director Park Chan-wook Won
Best Screenplay Jeong Seo-kyung Nominated
Technical Award Kim Ji-yong Nominated
Cine21 Awards 2022 Actor of the Year Park Hae-il Won [55]
Actress of the Year Tang Wei Won
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2023 Best Foreign Language Film Decision to Leave Nominated [56]
Critics Choice Awards
Asian Pacific Cinema & Television
2022 Director Award Park Chan-wook Won [57]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 2022 Best Foreign Language Film Decision to Leave Won [58]
Florida Film Critics Circle 2022 Best Actor Park Hae-il Runner-up [59]
[60]
Best Actress Tang Wei Runner-up
Best Director Park Chan-wook Won
Best Cinematography Kim Ji-yong Won
Best Foreign Language Film Decision to Leave Won
Best Original Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Jeong Seo-Gyeong Won
Best Picture Decision to Leave Runner-up
Georgia Film Critics Association 2023 Best Actor Park Hae-il Nominated [61]
Best Actress Tang Wei Nominated
Best Director Park Chan-wook Nominated
Best International Film Decision to Leave Runner-Up
Best Picture Nominated
Golden Cinematography Awards 2022 Best Director Park Chan-wook Won [62]
Best Actor Park Hae-il Won
Best Actress Tang Wei Won
Golden Globe Awards 2023 Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language Decision to Leave Nominated [63]
Gotham Independent Film Awards 2022 Best International Feature Nominated [64]
Grand Bell Awards 2022 Best Actor Park Hae-il Won [65]
Best Film Decision to Leave Won
Best Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Jeong Seo-kyeong Won
Best Actress Tang Wei Nominated [66]
Best Art Direction Ryu Seong-hee Nominated
Best Cinematography Kim Ji-young Nominated
Best Costume Design Kwak Jeong-ae Nominated
Best Director Park Chan-wook Nominated
Best Film Editing Kim Sang-beom Nominated
Best Lighting Shin Sang-yeol Nominated
Best Music Jo Yeong-wook Nominated
Hollywood Critics Association Awards 2023 Best Director Park Chan-wook Pending [67]
Best International Film Decision to Leave Pending
Hollywood Critics Association Creative Arts Awards 2023 Best Editing Kim Sang-bum Pending [68]
Houston Film Critics Society 2023 Best Foreign Language Feature Decision to Leave Pending [69]
Jerusalem Film Festival 2022 Best International Film Decision to Leave Nominated [70]
Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best Actress Tang Wei Won [71]
Best Cinematography Kim Ji-young Won
Best Director Park Chan-wook Won
Best Music Jo Yeong-wook Won
Best Picture Decision to Leave Won
Best Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Jeong Seo-kyeong Won
Korean Association of Film 10 selections of Kim Hyun-seung Decision to Leave Won
Korean Film Producers Association Award Best Film Won [72]
Best Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Jeong Seo-kyeong Won
Best Actress Tang Wei Won
Best Supporting Actress Kim Shin-young Won
Best Music and light Jo Yeong-wook, Shin Sang-yeol Won
LACMA Art + Film Gala Art+Film Gala Park Chan-wook Won [73]
London Film Critics' Circle 2023 Director of the Year Park Chan-wook Pending [74]
Film of the Year Decision to Leave Pending
Foreign Language Film of the Year Pending
Technical Achievement Award Kim Ji-yong Pending
Miskolc International Film Festival 2022 Emeric Pressburger Prize Decision to Leave Nominated [75]
National Board of Review 2022 Top Five Foreign Language Films Won [76]
National Society of Film Critics 2023 Best Cinematography Kim Ji-yong 3rd place [77]
Best Director Park Chan-wook Runner-up
Best Foreign Language Film Decision to Leave 3rd place
New Mexico Critics Awards 2022 Best Supporting Actress Tang Wei Won [78]
Online Film Critics Society 2023 Best Film Not in the English Language Decision to Leave Won [79]
Oslo Films from the South Festival 2022 Silver Mirror Nominated [80]
San Diego Film Critics Society 2023 Best International Film Nominated [81]
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle 2023 Best International Feature Film Won [82]
Best Cinematography Kim Ji-yong Nominated
Satellite Awards 2022 Best Motion Picture – International Decision to Leave Pending [83]
Seattle Film Critics Society 2023 Best Cinematography Kim Ji-yong Nominated [84]
Best Film Editing Kim Sang-beom Nominated
Best Film Not in the English Language Decision to Leave Won
Best Picture Nominated
Best Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Chung Seo-kyung Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 2022 Best International Film Decision to Leave Won [85]
Best Original Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Gong Seo-kyeong Nominated
Sunset Circle Awards 2022 Best Actress Tang Wei Nominated [86]
Best Director Park Chan-wook Nominated
Best Editing Kim Sang-beom Nominated
Best Screenplay Park Chan-wook, Jeong Seo-kyeong Nominated
Best Film Decision to Leave Nominated
Best International Feature Runner-up [87]
Toronto Film Critics Association 2023 Best International Feature Film Runner-up [88]
Valladolid International Film Festival 2022 José Salcedo Award for Best Editing Kim Sang-beom Won [89]
Golden Spike (Best Picture) Decision to Leave Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2022 Best International/Foreign Language Film Won [90]
Women in Film Korea Festival 2022 Best Screenplay Jeong Seo-kyeong Won [91]

Listicle

Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Polygon 2022 The Best Movies of 2022 2nd [92]
IndieWire 2022 The 25 Best Movies of 2022 5th [93]
The New York Times 2022 Best Movies of 2022 8th [94]
The Guardian 2022 Best Movies of 2022 in the US 9th [95]
The Independent 2022 The Best Films of 2022, Ranked. 12th [96]
Empire 2022 The Best Movies of 2022 17th [97]
The Hollywood Reporter 2022 Critics Pick the Best Films of 2022 2nd [98]

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The 16th Asian Film Awards will be held on March 12, 2023 at Hong Kong Jockey Club Auditorium in Hong Kong Palace Museum. The nominations were announced on January 6, 2023. At the 16th edition of the awards ceremony, 30 films from 22 regions and countries have been shortlisted for 81 nominations. South Korean film Decision to Leave received 10 nominations most for any film whereas Drive My Car with eight nominations was second.

Asian Film Award for Best Film

Asian Film Award for Best Film

Asian Film Award for Best Film has been awarded annually since 2007 by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society.

Asian Film Award for Best Director

Asian Film Award for Best Director

Asian Film Award for Best Director has been awarded annually since 2007 by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society.

Asian Film Award for Best Actor

Asian Film Award for Best Actor

Asian Film Award for Best Actor has been awarded annually since 2007 by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society.

Asian Film Award for Best Actress

Asian Film Award for Best Actress

Asian Film Award for Best Actress has been awarded annually since 2007 by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society.

Austin Film Critics Association

Austin Film Critics Association

The Austin Film Critics Association (AFCA) is an organization of professional film critics from Austin, Texas.

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