The Interview (2014)

Directed by; Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg
Produced by: Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg; James Weaver
Screenplay by: Dan Sterling
Story by: Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg; Dan Sterling
Starring: Seth Rogen; James Franco
Music by: Henry Jackman
Cinematography: Brandon Trost
Edited by: Zene Baker; Evan Henke
Language: English; Korean
Running time: 112 minutes
Genre: Political Satire Comedy

Seeran Review: For sure not a serious film to twist our intellect or authentic enough to give the real scenario in the North Korea. Entertains to the end. The BGM for the North Korean women was good. As with the film I found that only one part quite interesting. The part where a dictator wants to be friend with a guy who indulges in very funny interviews! Truly there are many kings who will want to have a person to node for all the insensible remarks he gives. The dictator Mr.Kim Jong Un wants to have a friend who he can regard as an equal to himself. It was beautifully portrayed the way he introduces himself to skylark. Other than this I loved the cinematography. The way the final strike at the helicopter was classic. Skylark who is busy exposing who are Gay to the world exposes the misdeeds of the North Korean Supreme leader. The CIA uses the opportunity to assassinate him as they want the people of North Korea free from this dictator. Same they did it to save millions by bombing Japan! Funny movie. A dictator cannot exist without attaining the belief of the people who should share his same goal. It was the nature how Hitler came and all other kings came to power. Weak storyline and made for common people’s wordy applause


I have also included a pic which shows the North-Koreans bowing before the statues of Mr Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il. A chunk from Wikipedia – – The Washington Post reported in 2009 that Kim Jong-un’s school friends recalled he “spent hours doing meticulous pencil drawings of Chicago Bulls superstar Michael Jordan.”] He was obsessed with basketball and computer games. On 26 February 2013, Kim Jong un met ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman, leading many reporters to speculate that Rodman was the first American that Kim had met. Rodman described his trip to Kim Jong-un’s private island, “It’s like Hawaii or Ibiza, but he’s the only one that lives there.”

Hope he is not as cruel as in the film. There is also a Ted talk on him which I have shared the link below.

Further Readings:…/12-terrifying-facts-about-kim-…/


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