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Good documentary about the life of American soldiers who deserted to North Korea during Korean war.
Dresnok's story is an almost perfect recipe on how to psychologically screw up a child so that he remains wounded well into adulthood.
The documentary also explores the lives of the other three American defectors and Dresnok speaks of them freely as well.
Sadly, DPRK is the right fit for the subject of this film. He wanted a simple life, and that's exactly what he got. Read morePublished 11 days ago by R. Kolin
Really interesting documentary. I had never heard of these people. I agree with the people of tha time that this was treason. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Annie14
Good documentary about the life of American soldiers who deserted to North Korea during Korean war.Published 1 month ago by K. Z.
I had to watch this documentary a few times. The production value is very good. The editing, the music, and the overall presentation keeps ones attention. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mark
What an awesome story! Anyone that is a documentary addict, like myself, needs to watch this. This story is riveting, informative, and so compelling. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anthony M Vasquez
I had no idea about any of this history. Kept my attention despite being slow in places and unnecessary dramatic music and film clips (felt like they were periodically going to a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by meganme31
Interesting, perhaps a bit too sympathetic to the subject, dragged a bit at the end. Would love to hear a dprk expatriate's view about them feeding him amply while they starved.Published 5 months ago by Joseph A Rosenthal