The Red Chapel

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Director
Mads Brügger
Runtime
1 h 28 min
Release Date
4 May 2009
Genres
Comedy, Documentary, Foreign
Overview
Two Danish comics, one of them a spastic and both born in Korea, join the director on a trip to North Korea, where they have been allowed access under the pretext of wanting to perform a vaudeville act.
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VJ Morton3
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  • Top 10 of 2010
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    The best films commercial-released in the US in 2010, I Hath Spake

    1. The Social Network
    2. Four Lions
    3. Mother
    4. The Red Chapel
    5. Black Swan
    6. Hadewijch
    7. Inception
    8. I Am Love
    9. Lourdes
    10. Restrepo
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  • Sundance 2019 Wrap-Up: 75 Movies in Brief
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    The best, the worst, the most political, the biggest crowd-pleasers and more.
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  • Sundance Update: Thursday, Jan. 31 | "Cold Case Hammerskjöld ","The Biggest Little Farm"&"Monos"
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    The Report, Cold Case Hammerskjold, Official Secrets, Light from Light and more
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Kyle Smith1
National Review



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  • A Great Week for Movies
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    Awards-chasing means the best films are often saved for last, and though I think it’s kind of foolish to hold back top-quality stuff until the final week of the year, when so many are on vacation, I draw your attention to three tremendous movies coming this week. Mike Leigh’s “Another Year,” which I put on my top ten list for 2010, is another brilliantly done portrait of a recognizable group of Britons, in this case a medical secretary (Lesley Manville, in one of the year’s most memorable performances) who gets a little too close to an upper-middle class couple (Jim Broadbent, Ruth Sheen). Class also plays an important part in writer-director Derek Cianfrance’s shattering “Blue Valentine,” in which Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams do heartbreaking work as a couple whose relationship is falling apart and was perhaps never really there in the first place. You also must see “The Red Chapel,” an audaciously-imagined documentary about a Danish comic troupe that managed to gain entry to North Korea by posing as harmless slapstick artists, when the actual goal was to get up close to the sinister absurdity of the regime. All three movies open in New York on Wednesday.]]>
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