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A State of Mind

North Korea's socialist surrealism

From the February, 2010 issue

Like Orwell's 1984 come to life, Daniel Gordon's 2003 film A State of Mind documents totalitarianism, complete with ascetic state housing, rations, daily power outages, censorship, and a heavy dose of propaganda. Radios that broadcast state-sanctioned programming are installed in every kitchen. (They may be turned down, but not off.) But this isn't

 
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