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Camp 14 - Total Control Zone (Wiese, 2012)

A documentary portrait of 29 year-old Shin Dong-huyk, who was born and spent the first two decades of his life within a North Korean labour camp, until a dramatic escape launched him into an outside world he had never known.
Premiering at next month’s Toronto International Film Festival, this looms as a fascinating case study of a subject whose ability (or lack there of) to adjust to life outside NK could say much about the uncertainty of any prospective Korean re-unification.

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