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Seoul Train ()


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The gripping documentary exposé into the life and death of North Koreans as they try to escape their homeland and China

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Directed by

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Jim Butterworth
Aaron Lubarsky
Lisa Sleeth

Produced by

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Jim Butterworth ... producer
Ronnie Eisen ... associate producer
Richard Lim ... associate producer
Lisa Sleeth ... producer

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David Harris

Cinematography by

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Beth Butterworth
Jim Butterworth
Ahn Chol
Ki-won Chun
Ishimaro Jiro
Kook-han Moon
Lisa Sleeth

Film Editing by

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Aaron Lubarsky

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Will Cox ... color corrector
Brandon Park ... assistant editor

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Zlatko Makic ... sound mixer

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Winston Emano ... publicist
David Magdael ... publicist
Julien Mailland ... Translator

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Plot Summary

With its riveting footage of a secretive "underground railroad," SEOUL TRAIN is the gripping documentary exposé into the life and death of North Koreans as they try to escape their homeland and China. SEOUL TRAIN also delves into the complex geopolitics behind this growing and potentially explosive humanitarian crisis. By combining vérité footage, personal stories and interviews with experts and government officials, SEOUL TRAIN depicts the flouting of international laws by major countries, the inaction and bureaucracy of the United Nations, and the heroics of activists that put themselves in harm's way to save the refugees. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Pociag do Seulu (Poland)
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  • 54 min
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