Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Jong-Il Communications

We tried threats, the silent treatment, bribes with food and oil - but the answer was so simple.
The isolated communist country led by movie-buff leader Kim Jong-Il hopes to
revive the fortunes of the nation's once-thriving movie business though joint
ventures with foreign producers, said Park Jun-Hee, who just completed the first
film co-production between China and North Korea, "The Secret of Rikidozan."

For those who don't know about Kim Jong-Il (Third World dictator who is 1/2 Al Davis and 1/2 Mao Tse-tung and 100% crazy), he tends to do things on his terms. For example:

Kim ordered the abduction of South Korean film director Shin Sang-Ok and his
ex-wife, actress Che Eun-Hui, in 1978. When they were shipped to North Korea,
Kim stood waiting on the dock. "You have suffered a great deal trying to come
here. I am Kim Jong-Il," according to the Shins' testimony.
So let's send Vin Diesel. He's like an Arnold without that bothersome intellect.


Otto Man said...

I don't know what I like more -- the title or the Al Davis reference. Well played, good sir.

Thrillhous said...

Excellent description of Kimmy, Studio.

Expect to be kidnapped and shipped to NK anytime now.

Otto Man said...

Remember that Economist cover with a picture of him descending from a plane?

The headline simply read: "Greetings, Earthlings"