These film makers have shone a light on the double standards ingrained in the American media.
Most people have never been to North Korea, but they will be the first to tell you how much of a dictatorial country it is.
We hear stories of government issue haircuts, a dictatorship in which the inhabitants have been brainwashed to ‘worship’ their leader, plus many other far fetched stories, but how much of it is true?
Two Australian film makers have have been hitting headlines with their unique docu-film, in which they go to North Korea – for a haircut.
They are unable to film footage of the haircut, but the film contains several pictures of the event.
The satirical film serves to highlight the hypocrisy that exists in the mainstream media, especially in America.
One criticism of North Korea that is often cited is that the children of North Korea are brought up to hate the Americans, but the propaganda that is circulated in America about the North Koreans is doing the exact same thing.
The 2014 movie The Interview by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg also highlighted the ridiculous relationship America has with North Korea. The satirical film touched nerves when it was released, but has gained validation as the years have passed and the relationship between North Korea and the U.S have become even more fraught, it was almost as if the film makers had predicted the future.
In an age where international travel is easier than ever, sadly North Korea is country most people will never get to visit. The knowledge we have of the secretive country is spoon fed to us by the media, but you have to ask just how accurate this information is.
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Via – TruthTheory