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In 1964, Kim Jong Il was given control of the North Korean Film Industry. He made it his mission to modernise the country’s dour propaganda films, partly by adapting the techniques, genres and plots of Hollywood movies, which he secretly loved. He wrote two film instruction manuals, The Cinema and Directing (1987), and On the Art of The Cinema (1973). North Korean filmmakers have been following Kim Jong Il’s film rules ever since.

Now it’s your turn to use the film methodology of Kim Jong-il to support a cause you deem worthy!

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