“Propaganda” is a documentary film from New Zealand, directed by Slavko Martinov in 2012. This thought-provoking film presents the perspective of the North Korean government, portraying Western media and culture as propaganda tools. Initially, it gained attention through a social experiment on YouTube, where it was falsely presented as genuine North Korean propaganda. However, its true nature was revealed when it was officially screened at the IDFA film festival in November 2012. Despite its deceptive origins, “Propaganda” raises important questions about media manipulation and cultural perceptions.

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