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Barack Obama vs. Kim Jong-Un – “The Interview”

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       So we have a President versus a Supreme Leader. In the blue corner measuring  6 ft 1 in (1,85m), 53 years old Hussein Obama Barack the IInd – president of the USA and in the red corner 5ft 9ins (1,75m), 31 years old Kim Jong-Un- Supreme Leader of North Korea.

       These days we have a fierce propaganda war between them, because of the new movie realeased by Sony, named “The Interview”, an action-comedy movie in which Dave Skylark and producer Aaron Rapoport run the celebrity tabloid show “Skylark Tonight”.  After they land an interview with a surprise fan, the dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, they are recruited by the CIA to convert their trip to Pyongyang into an extermination assignment.

      With movie stars like James Franco and Seth Rogen, The Interview has a tremendous initial success due to this media hysteria started by the two mentioned above.

       All started when Barack Obama implied that Kim Jong-Un is behind the attacks/theft that released Sony’s new movies on the internet before their premieres.

      Other Sony movies being stolen include “Mr. Turner,” “Still Alice”, “To Write Love on Her Arms.” and box office blast “Fury” (it has been downloaded by over 888000 different IP addresses )

In “The Interview” the north korean leader dies. Allthough it is a comedy the movie made quite an impression in North Korea.

      The administrative overheads in Pyongyang cataloged the American president “a monkey in a tropical forest”, because he supported cinemas in the screening of the film “The Interview”,  which parodies the North Korean leader.

 

A ticket and a poster of the film "The Interview" starring actors Seth Rogen and James Franco in December 25, 2014. "The Interview," the Sony Pictures film about a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, opened in more than 300 movie theaters across the United States on Christmas Day, drawing many sell-out audiences and statements by patrons that they were championing freedom of expression. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian

A ticket and a poster of the film “The Interview” starring actors Seth Rogen and James Franco in December 25, 2014. “The Interview,” the Sony Pictures film about a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, opened in more than 300 movie theaters across the United States on Christmas Day, drawing many sell-out audiences and statements by patrons that they were championing freedom of expression. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian

Barack Obama

Barack Obama

The Interview

The Interview

The film, which depicts Kim dying in a fireball after his helicopter is shot down, has sparked fury in Pyongyang

The film, which depicts Kim dying in a fireball after his helicopter is shot down, has sparked fury in Pyongyang

Kim Jong Un, pictured surrounded by military commanders, lashed out at Barack Obama, calling him a 'monkey' in a racist tirade following several internet outages

Kim Jong Un, pictured surrounded by military commanders, lashed out at Barack Obama, calling him a ‘monkey’ in a racist tirade following several internet outages

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