North Korea: 3 Documentaries

This collection features 3 documentaries about North Korea and notorious dictator Kim Jong-il. 'Nuclear Nightmare: Understanding North Korea' is a co-production of the Discovery Channel and the New York Times delves into the leader's bizarre lifestyle and his obsession with becoming a nuclear power. 'The Juche Era' from Bulgaria provides an enthralling and unique view of a country seldom seen by outsiders. And 'Shadows and Whispers' details the mass migration of North Koreans into China as they tried to escape a devastating famine dating from 1995. Their plight is made even more desperate by the Chinese endeavour to send them back to certain execution.

Year: 2006
Genre: Documentaries, General Docos, Political Docos
Country: Australia, USA
Duration: 143 Minutes
Rating: M - Content may disturb.
Location in store: Documentary (Political)



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