The Propaganda Game
North Korea. The last communist country in the world. Unknown, hermetic and fascinating. Formerly known as “The Hermit Kingdom” for its attempts to remain isolated, North Korea is one of the largest source of instability as regards world peace. It also has the most militarized border in the world, and the flow of impartial information, both going in and out, is practically non-existent. As the recent Sony-leaks has shown, it is the perfect setting for a propaganda war.
North Korea, the last communist country in the world. Unknown, hermetic and fascinating, will be reflected through interviews to South Korean citizens, human rights advocates, diplomats, propaganda experts, etc in this documentary. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Propaganda Game torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Continues to go downhill for the entirety of the runtime.
(gb) wrote: what a POS (piece of shit) i'd give it zero stars if I could
(br) wrote: Buon film, ma non buono come mi aspettavo Pro: Grande regia, ottima qualit
(it) wrote: I love this movie. Oliver stone made an ambitious, epic film that most directors could never pull off. Props to Stone and crew.
(kr) wrote: In 2035, intelligent robots fill public service positions throughout the world, operating under three rules to keep humans safe. Detective Spooner investigates an alleged suicide of U.S. Robotics founder Alfred Lanning, but he believes he has been killed by one of his robots. I, Robot is an interesting movie that makes the audience think throughout and try to solve the mysterious death, as well as whether the robot Spooner believes to be a killer, is actually one. Will Smith gives a good performance and I enjoyed watching it.
(ca) wrote: It had some good ideas and funny premises - but the stupidity of the writing (not to mention Rob Schneider) really diminish its potential.
(ag) wrote: Not half as funny as Kopps but still worth your time :)
(mx) wrote: It's like Napolean Dynamite for smart people. Not for the mentaly week.
(kr) wrote: Very good film about the dark goings on of security services and governments. Interesting and disturbing at the same time.
(br) wrote: Mark Rydell's ON GOLDEN POND is heartwarming vision of redemption before death.
(us) wrote: Touching. A reflection on the ways we try to grow, and how sometimes when we lose sight of ourselves we find comfort in taking steps back rather than continuing to blindly step forward.Kristen Bell is a true stand out - as always. Martin Starr and Mamie Gummer are also fantastic.