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North Korea [electronic resource] : the big dream.

Video/Projected medium
London, England : SW Pictures Ltd, 2011.
1 online resource (36 min.)
Summary note:
It's probably the world's most secretive country. We take a peak inside, seeing the secrecy and propaganda surrounding a country that is famous not only for the awful living conditions of its citizens, but also for challenging the world with its nuclear programme. We visit North Korea under the vigilant eye of the authorities, which accompany the team on a route visiting the symbolic sites of the world's last real socialist regime. Half a century after the Korean War, two decades after the end of the Cold War and with the recent memory of the great famine, the North exalts ideological purity and preaches the dream of reunification with the South. Meanwhile, as South Korean companies take advantage of the investment opportunities offered by Pyongyang, North and South Koreans alike share the ""big dream"".
In English.
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Previously released as DVD.
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Border and migration studies online.
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