In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011, a North Korean man prepares for filming at a film studio in Pyongyang, North Korea. An international film festival opens Thursday, Sept. 20 in the unlikeliest of places: North Korea. Held every two years, the Pyongyang International Film Festival is the only time North Koreans get to see a wide array of foreign films on the big screen. It's also the only time foreigners are allowed into North Korean movie theaters to see films alongside the locals. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

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In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011, a North Korean man prepares for filming at a film studio in Pyongyang, North Korea. An international film festival opens Thursday, Sept. 20 in the unlikeliest of places: North Korea. Held every two years, the Pyongyang International Film Festival is the only time North Koreans get to see a wide array of foreign films on the big screen. It's also the only time foreigners are allowed into North Korean movie theaters to see films alongside the locals. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011, a North Korean man prepares for filming at a film studio in Pyongyang, North Korea. An international film festival opens Thursday, Sept. 20 in the unlikeliest of places: North Korea. Held every two years, the Pyongyang International Film Festival is the only time North Koreans get to see a wide array of foreign films on the big screen. It's also the only time foreigners are allowed into North Korean movie theaters to see films alongside the locals. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
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