New Korean Film David D'Arcy reports on the South Korean film Joint Security Area. The movie is set along the border between North and South Korea, and shows soldiers from both countries drinking, playing games and talking to each other -- all images officially banned a few years ago. The film premiered for an international audience last month at the Berlin film festival.

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David D'Arcy reports on the South Korean film Joint Security Area. The movie is set along the border between North and South Korea, and shows soldiers from both countries drinking, playing games and talking to each other — all images officially banned a few years ago. The film premiered for an international audience last month at the Berlin film festival.