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The post-WWII division of Korea into North and South sparked a war bankrolled by China and the U.S.S.R. on one side and on the other by the U.S. and its allies. Sixty years later, the wounds have still largely failed to heal, making this conflict a recurrent subject for filmic inquiry.
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Crossing the LineTaking full advantage of access granted by the government of North Korea, the mysterious and feared rogue state of the so-called "axis of evil," director Daniel Gordon (A STATE OF MIND) combines historical footage with contemporary interviews to both uncover the Kim-Jong Il regime and end 44 years of...Start your free trial to watch
This is KoreaA conflict that American history soon forgot (the subsequent M*A*S*H movie and TV series aside), the Korean War was nonetheless very immediate to the over 300,000 U.S. soldiers deployed, let alone to citizens of the land militarily occupied for three long years. This short 1951 feature produced by the U.S. Navy (in...Start your free trial to watch