Slavko Martinov 2012
Korean with English subtitles
The video below by Slavko Martinov is a sterling example of New Zealand satire. This is utterly classic Kiwi humor, deliberately biting, edgy and over-the-top. In fact, they may have pushed the envelope a bit too far in this one.
The premise of the satire is that the film is a “leaked” propaganda film by The Democratic Republic of Korea (North Korea).
Reminiscent of the Yes Men and their impersonation of corporate criminals, this satiric depiction of pro-corporate propaganda in western society is so uncanny that New Zealand’s South Korean community still believe the filmmakers are North Korean spies.
Here Slavko Martinov discusses his motivation for producing this mockumentary and the unexpected reaction it has received: