A Kim Jong-Il Production
The Extraordinary True Story of A Kidnapped Filmmaker, His Star Actress, and A Young Dictator's Rise to PowereBook - 2015
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Whenever Jong-Il tried hardest to seem powerful and effortless was when he came off looking like a child. So many of his emotions seemed fake and calculated -- the way he took your hand at just the right time, or cried at old Soviet folk songs -- but then there were the all-too-frequent [out]bursts of wild jealousy or anger, which could cost you your job or your life.
Shin and Choi had both met men like Kim Jong-Il, on a smaller scale: with an overinflated sense of their own importance in the world, a short temper, and an obsessive need to micromanage.
Kim was, they thought, the archetypal film producer.
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