Broadsheet Trailer Park: The Interview



What you may need to know:

1. Two journalists land a gig interviewing Kim Jung-un, the supreme leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. They are then ordered by the CIA to assassinate him.

2. The movie was shot in Vancouver. This is not the ‘Canadian Caper‘ (2012).

3. North Korea is none too happy about this film and not just because they can’t figure out what James Franco is up to either.

4. NK’s news agency promised “stern” and “merciless” retaliation if the film makes it to cinemas. The North Korean administration warned of a “decisive and merciless countermeasure”.

5. The country’s UN ambassador complained to the UN about the film on the grounds that “the production and distribution of such a film on the assassination of an incumbent head of a sovereign state should be regarded as the most undisguised sponsoring of terrorism as well as an act of war.”

6. They even requested President Obama step in and pull the plug. Crazy.

7. Team America (2004) will protect us.

8. In post production they digitally altered thousands of buttons worn by the characters in the film as they depict the actual hardware worn by the North Korean military.

9. According to the Executive Director of the Center for Korean-American Peace Kim Jung-un plans to watch the film.

Broadsheet Prognosis: Big Trouble In Little China.

Release Date: January 2015

(Delboy is away)

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16 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: The Interview

  1. Planet of the Missing Biros

    If it was a Russian film about the USA and Obama was the target, there would be uproar in the USA.

    Are people so thick that they can’t work that out.

  2. Drogg

    I am really gone off Seth Rogan after signing that open letter saying Israel’s actions where justified, Boycott this movie.

  3. KirkenBrenner

    Any chance Rogen might fall down a flight of stairs and impale himself on something pointy, bleeding to death in agony for a day or two?

    Cos that’d be excellent.

  4. les rock

    i liked Rogan when he talked about Alzheimer’s. but after finding out about that israeli letter, i am disappointed

  5. rotide

    A ton of the ‘official’ condemnation of the film isn’t from the Pyongyang at all, it’s mostly from Ex-pats in China but as usual is misrepresented in western news media as ‘sources close to Jong-il’ or ‘Sources inside Pyongyang’

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