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Dresnok’s father, the infamous Joe Dresnok, was a U. private who defected across the DMZ from South Korea in 1962.I squint through the lights at Ri’s twenty-man crew. “It’s a shame your chest doesn’t bulge out,” he grumbles, butting out his cigarette. ” I hurl the bowling ball at the pins, narrowly missing a squatting man waiting to catch it. It takes me four more takes to finally nail the over-the-top Californian gauche-ness Ri is looking for. ” The make-up lady whips out some frosty pink gloss, which she promises will knock a decade off my sun-damaged Australian skin.He scrutinizes my face, then yells at the make-up lady: “Younger! Ri surveys me with pity: “You’ve been directing a long time, haven’t you?They are playing the villainous crew of the USS Pueblo. Film stock is expensive: most North Korean actors only get two takes.The middle Dresnok has been cast as a Yankee spy with whom I am apparently required to flirt, but Sun Hi considers this too risqué to translate. “Just tell her it’s real,” Ri snaps – and turns to Dresnok. “I’m sorry, I fucked up,” I mumble, and everyone looks at me in shock. “He said: ‘She thinks it’s digital,’” Sun Hi translates, enjoying the putdown.

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