North Korea is one of the world's most isolated nations. For sixty years, North Koreans have been governed by a totalitarian regime that controls all information entering and leaving the country. A cult of personality surrounds its two recent leaders: first, Kim Il Sung, and now his son, Kim Jong Il...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:75 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English,Korean
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   torture,   interview,  

North Korean defectors tell their stories of repression, escape and hope. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kimjongilia torrent reviews

Paul M (us) wrote: Nothing inherently bad here just nothing really new. Seemed more like a slightly edgier episode of some teenage supernatural series. CGI blood and no nudity, my 15 year old self would have been most disappointed. I get what they were trying to say about those very expectations but for me it was a nice idea not very well executed.

Andrei D (au) wrote: Australienii se pricep la drama, chiar daca asa e nitel melodramatia pe ici pe colo

Cynthia S (es) wrote: Strange little movie that really made me laugh. Dealing with murderous kids (literally), the world's shittiest job (bar none), a sweet, kind lady who wants to run him down with her car every time she spots him... oh yeah, and an old man who has a deep and loving relationship with his soup thermos. What's not to love? :D

Lynne C (au) wrote: A fun chick flick movie

Bradley G (ru) wrote: Will Smith is good in this. I like Will Smith, though. The relationship he has with his dog is special. (and I'm not a pet kind of guy) It was interesting, and entertaining.

Adam F (gb) wrote: Loved this when I was little and the hot guys in it :p

Brad S (it) wrote: Not the greatest film, but features a decent cast and is one of Brando's final performances. Cameo at the end of the film almost redeems the whole movie...

Thanasis A (nl) wrote: ? 1/2 ? 1/2 , ", 1/2 1/2"

Patryk C (ag) wrote: Very political, suspenseful and patriotic (and that accounts for all the countries' representatives that take part in the story) film that astounds with its fantastic, breathtaking, and at the same time devastating, photography. Its idealistic vision shows a group of strangers that unite for a greater cause - finding a kidnapped German peacemaker. While its perfectly exaggerated ending might cause you to cry, the recurrent voiceover might get on your nerves very quickly. Although its informative and weighty, it certainly downgrades the experience of watching first part of Berlin Express.

Aj V (br) wrote: This movie is silly and has some good comedy, but it's not that good.

Yoshi S (jp) wrote: Amazing! One of the best Italian horror movies ever made! Lucio Fulci was really crazy director! He made this movie unbelievably entertaining and grotesque! I saw it when I was a child, but this time I saw UK Blu-ray and HD picture and dts surround sound were really great! Extremely I had an excellent time! Thank you!

Michael S (es) wrote: Oh boy, is this a howler. This wannabe sword-and-sandal epic has it all: hammy acting, chintzy visual effects, cheap-looking costumes, awful dialogue, an Oscar winner slumming it for a couple scenes (hello Geoffrey Rush!), and just enough oddball flourishes (flying beetles pulling a chariot through the air) to keep things from getting too serious. A major letdown from director Alex Proyas (The Crow, Dark City).