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Story of Defection to N. Korea Debuts at Sundance

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Story of Defection to N. Korea Debuts at Sundance

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Story of Defection to N. Korea Debuts at Sundance

Story of Defection to N. Korea Debuts at Sundance

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In 1962, a U.S. soldier in South Korea defected to the communist North. Two filmmakers were allowed into North Korea and captured his story, which premiers Monday at the Sundance Film Festival.

Nicholas Bonner, producer, Crossing the Line

Daniel Gordon, director and producer, Crossing the Line

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