Send in the Clowns

On a theatre mission in North Korea. The most secluded and inpenetrable country in the World ruled by a young dictator who keeps his people in a tight grip. But who are the North Koreans? Can they laugh at the same gags as us? The Danish theatre group Batida go to Pyongyang on a humanistic mission to meet some real people in Korea. Will they succeed? Or are they just another pawn exploited by the regime for propaganda purposes? Sometimes the truth isn't just black or white. And when diplomatic ties are severed - who do we send? In this case, we sent in the clowns.

Running Time
1 hours 15 minutes
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Irene Greve
Irene Greve
North Korea, Denmark
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Send in the Clowns» (16)

Phillip S. avatar
Phillip S.

Great movie. Seriously, stop reading reviews and go watch it!

Debra avatar

WOW, just wow. This is probably the best film I've watched in the last decade. I love this film, I love it more than other movies!

Frances Snyder avatar
Frances Snyder

Loved this movie! Such a great movie with a surprise ending. I cried during the action film which was surprising.

Randy A. avatar
Randy A.

Legendary Irene Greve are at their finest! A Solid Watch!

Jordan avatar

I am glad I watched this movie.

John Wheeler avatar
John Wheeler

Enjoyed it very much. Don't write it off because of the bad reviews. Give it 20-30 minutes and decide for yourself.

Mildred avatar

Wow, wow, wow very impressive !!!! This is the movie I have been waiting for for a very long time.

Vincent J. avatar
Vincent J.

one of the best movies ive ever watched .

Andrea Harris avatar
Andrea Harris

The film features absolutely stunning cinematography, a great cast and a very good story.

Julie Morgan avatar
Julie Morgan

This movie has got everything. My rating to this one is 10000000.

Jacob Burns avatar
Jacob Burns

This is quite simply the best movies ever made. I'm sure director Irene Greve planned it that way.