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The Red Chapel (Det røde kapel) (2009)

The Red Chapel
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Simon Jul Jørgensen Simon Jul Jørgensen
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Description: Det Røde Kapel (Danish: The Red Chapel) was a Danish television show on the Danish television channel DR2, about the fictional theatre group Det Røde Kapel, which consists of three Danish comedians, who want to perform a comedy/variety show in North Korea. The show is notable for actually taking place in North Korea. While the point of the trip is not to mock the regime of North Korea, the three comedians are able to act in ways that might quickly have raised suspicion in western countries, but due to the isolation of the inhabitants, and extremely low or non-existent exposure to western media, certain themes such as irony ... (more)
Release date: 29 December 2010
Tags: Documentary (3), Denmark (1), 2009 (1), 2000s (1)
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