Lights, Camera, Kidnap!
By Lucy Catherine
Riotously entertaining feature-length true story of how a South Korean movie star and her estranged director husband were kidnapped by Kim Jong-Il, brought to North Korea and forced to revive the film industry. They are sent to labour camps, finally make amazing movies, rekindle their love and escape.
An 'audio-film' about love of the movies, love in captivity, a hidden culture, and one of the most eccentric dictators in history.
Written by Lucy Catherine, and drawing on material from the book A Kim Jong-Il production by Paul Fischer.
Director . . . . . Sasha Yevtushenko. Show less