I just watched a cool family movie from the DPRK, and I had to share it here because nobody else cared haha.
Personally, it was an incredible experience. First, just by itself it’s a cool and wholesome film about a badass female comrade in the DPRK. Second, it was refreshing to peer into the (albeit scripted) lives of the people. And third, it helped deconstruct my subconscious liberal assumptions about them.
Despite a vastly different culture (e.g. trusting and generous to strangers, coequal friendly workplace management), the movie was accessible and engaging.
No more spoilers, because I genuinely encourage you to watch it (link in the post title).
Have any of you seen DPRK productions before?