Filmmaker spends 10 years secretly recording North Korea’s shady dealings : worldnews

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“The Mole” shows DPRK officials trying to sell weapons and drug ingredients through the Korean Friendship Association.

In 2016, a Danish documentary film director teamed up with two actors who would pretend to be interested in buying weapons and drug components from North Korea.

Leveraging hidden cameras, the film shares illegal triangle-trade deals to smuggle Russian oil into the DPRK, underground arms factories on a private Ugandan island and sales meetings on North Korean weapons initially intended for Syria.


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