Share via Email Exquisite PR We are living through a mini-boom in documentaries about North Korea. Film-makers are getting into Pyongyang to shoot — clandestinely, semi-clandestinely and on various pretexts — those vast statues and eerie cityscapes. Norwegian director Morten Traavik told the extraordinary story of how obscure Slovenian art-rockers Laibach became the first Western band to play North Korea. How to Talk to Girls at Parties review - Nicole Kidman goes peroxide punk in messy sci-fi caper Read more Now the legendary documentarian Claude Lanzmann has entered the field with this flawed, self-indulgent but still fascinating effort, basically a single-ancedote testimony about his own incredible experience in North Korea in the late s:
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