Is Seth Rogen's The Interview Going To Be Airdropped Into North Korea?!
Probs not the best idea in the world given the consequences Sony have had to deal with recently...
After a headling-hitting few months for the film, The Interview is still only available on limited release and On Demand in the US, with a UK release yet to happen.
So North Korean defector and activist Park Sang-Hak's idea to drop 100,000 copies of the film, which triggered a serious hack on Sony, into the country is really not a great idea.
The Associated Press reported that he plans to drop USB and DVD copies using balloons across the border from South Korea, with the idea of sparking a revolution among the oppressed people.
However Park's plan may be easier said than done, as most of the impoverished population do not own a DVD player or a computer.
To own a device to watch the film would costs as much as three months salary for the average worker, and you have to get express permission from the government to even buy one.
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