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The Propaganda GameNorth 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.
Actors of "The Propaganda Game"
Directors of "The Propaganda Game"Álvaro LongoriaBirthdate: 1968, Santander, Cantabria, Spain
Creators of "The Propaganda Game"Álvaro LongoriaBirthdate: 1968, Santander, Cantabria, Spain
Critic Reviews of "The Propaganda Game"Time OutFebruary 22, 2016
Like the creepy neighbours in a horror movie who make weird banging noises in the cellar, North Korea has become a source of furtive fascination.Total FilmJanuary 02, 2017
Endlessly intriguing.Sunday Times (UK)December 18, 2016
The movie shapes up as a vague yet intriguing survey of the hermit nation.South China Morning PostMay 04, 2016
An intriguing yet also frustrating picture of North Korea... Álvaro Longoria ventures far beyond the typical sites of Pyongyang's impressive architecture and deserted streets.London Evening StandardFebruary 28, 2016
Some may find Longoria's wry tone offensive but his playfulness is what make him worth watching. If laughter kills fear, this man is quite the slayer.Daily Express (UK)February 28, 2016
North Korea is the most secretive state on the planet so we should be thankful for the small insights found in The Propaganda Game.Observer (UK)February 28, 2016
Raising as many questions as it answers, Álvaro's film highlights how little we know of real life in North Korea, and how much propaganda from both sides continues to cloud international understanding.Independent (UK)February 25, 2016
The Spanish director Alvaro Longoria's documentary about North Korea is startling, comical and often horrifying but very even-handed.Times (UK)February 25, 2016
In The Propaganda Game, the wildly surreal world of North Korea gets a fresh viewing, this time from the point of view of the only foreigner who works for the Communist government.GuardianFebruary 25, 2016
Longoria can't quite bring himself to denounce everything he is shown as a Potemkin village, although he is never left in peace to film without state minders.The Arts DeskFebruary 24, 2016
What emerges is still a fascinating, surprising portrait of North Korea, in a film that despite its new images and fresh perspectives, ends up highlighting even more mysteries about an already enigmatic country.StarburstFebruary 18, 2016
he Propaganda Game is an interesting documentary for those who don't have a lot of knowledge of the country but it lacks the depth and revelations that would make it a must watch on the subject.
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