The establishment of North Korea as its sovereign state came in the hands of Kim II-Sung. He is a man considered as the founding father of the North Koran nation. The film explores aspects of North Korean society about the society’s system of government and leadership since its inception. The film begins with the preparation of the hundred and fifth birthday of Kim II-sung which is celebrated annually. Thousands of people meet together to celebrate the birth of the man they consider as their founding father. The film puts more focus on orphans whereby they are made to believe and are taught to know and understand the importance of Kim II-Sung who is considered as the father of the nation. The society is taught to know that Kim II-sung established a system of government that is there to provide them with all their needs. According to the film, most of the people in the country are made to believe that the birth of Kim II-sung was the beginning of the country’s greatness. The film is, therefore, about Kim II-sung and his successors about the perceptions of the society towards them. They are considered as the most important people in North Korea, and their high regard is shown in the film through the celebrations and high praise. However, the film also explores the aspect of brainwashing of children which is used to develop influence in support of the Kim dynasty.
Kim II-Sung was the country’s first leader, and his reign began in the year 1949 until the year 1994. He was succeeded by his son Kim Jong-iI whose reign was from 1994 until his death in 2011. He has succeeded his son Kim Jong Un who is the current supreme leader of the North Korea. The film first depicts celebrations of the birthday of the country’s founding father Kim II Sung. He was in power for forty-six years and this period was characterized by high standards of living for the citizens of North Korea. He made great developments in the country that have been celebrated for many years. The birthday of Kim II-sung was named “the day of the sun, ” and it was named soon after his death. The day was made an annual public holiday and is considered as one of the most important days in North Korea. He was a leader loved by many. The film shows Kim II Sung’s visit to a textile mill that was performing well at the time. He was impressed by on the factory’s leader who was a woman and awarded her with a house. This was a highly regarded gesture that was praised by many and encourage many citizens of the country to work harder in different aspects of their lives.
Kim II Sung was a very influential leader in the North Korean society. After his death, many institutions and public places were named after him. Kim Il Sung established an authoritarian system of government and was succeeded by his son. The country puts high regard to their supreme leaders. The film explores aspects of manipulation and brainwashing of the society. As an authoritarian government the society has little power and more control is left in the hands of the supreme leaders. These leaders control all the aspects of the people and are forced to live based on the requirements placed by the government. The film explores mandatory celebration that praises the ideologies and principles established by the country’s leaders. The film was therefore developed to show how a leader in North Korea use manipulation and brainwashing to influence the perceptions of the people to control them.
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