Directed by J.T. Takagi and Hye-Jung Park
2003. North Korea. 60 minutes. .
This documentary follows a young Korean American woman to see her relatives, and through unique footage of life in the D.P.R.K. and interviews with ordinary people and scholars, opens a window into this nation and its people. Though released in 2003, the living conditions in the D.P.R.K. and its relationship with the U.S. has barely changed, keeping the film relevant today.
Distributed by Third World Newsreel.
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