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Cinema program "V paprscích slunce" in Warszawa
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"V paprscích slunce"
Original title: V paprscích slunce
Runtime: 106 min.
Production: Czechy/Rosja/Niemcy/Korea Płd/Łotwa , 2015
Release Date: 1 July 2016
Distribution: Against Gravity
Directed by: Vitaliy Manskiy
Imagine a perfect life in a perfect country. Perfect people live in apartments ideal. They work under ideal workplaces and their lives and the world organize the perfect bodies in an ideal way. This is an official picture of North Korea, which, according to the Korean propaganda is the happiest country in the world. Respected Russian director Vitaly Romanesque (known from the displayed few years ago at the festival film "Along the pipeline") spent a year in North Korea, documenting the life of the average family, and thus the mechanism of functioning of the local indoctrination. On the day of the birth of Kim Il-Sung eight-year-Zin me, like hundreds of other children join the Korean Children Union, which is the equivalent of the communist youth organizations. Zin-I attend the best school in Pyongyang. Participates in the endless history lessons dealing with glorious victories over North Korea, "Japanese invaders" and "American cowards." Her father is an engineer and works in a factory producing clothes. The mother makes a living in the factory of milk. They both work in places that even though they have imposed production targets, routinely exceed the standards imposed by the state. In the evening, the three of them gather in the sleek modern apartment, laughing and exchanging patriotic slogans over a table full of delicious food. The socialist paradise in all its glory. All three are part of the ideal of Korean society, living in the eternal sun - a symbol of the great leader of the people of Kim Il-Sung. Everything gives the impression of a carefully directed, przećwiczonego spectacle, dedicated to "Great Leader" Kim Il Senowi and the "Great Successor" and "Supreme Leader of the Party, State and Army," Kim furnished Unowi. Their portraits hang on almost every wall, acting symbol of the submerged "in the happiness" of the kingdom. The true reality is, however, far from that image. Although initially the director wants to follow the footsteps of the sun utopian fantasy, it's time the truth gradually begins to precipitate out of it. It soon becomes clear that this government is directing every scene, imposing everything, including human reactions. The whole turns out to be a terrifying choreography fraud, as surreal as sinister, and we have the impression that we see a new version of "The Truman Show."
Movie trailer: V paprscích slunce