Country of Orchards (1972)

North Korean propaganda film about orchards that yield bigger crops after Kim Il-sung visits.

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Hak Pak

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North Korean propaganda film about orchards that yield bigger crops after Kim Il-sung visits. The films was presented as a gift to friendly-minded countries in the world. And expected by the North Korean Culture Ministry to be displayed publicly. Sweden was one of the countries honored by receiving a copy of "Gwasu-ui nara / Country of Orchards". Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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"Country of Orchards/Gwasu-ui nara" (1972) was presented as a gift to what the North Korean regime considered friendly minded countries. Among them were East Germany, Romania, Yugoslavia and Sweden. The film was one sample in the extensive propaganda machinery where moving images constituted an important component. See more »

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Official Sites:

DPRK Ministry of Culture

Country:

North Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

9 September 1972 (North Korea) See more »

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Korean Film See more »
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