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Activists Will Air Drop 100,000 Copies of 'The Interview' Over... Yep, You Guessed It!

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The film North Korea previously labelled an 'act of war' will now be air dropped over the border-locked country en-masse, creating what will surely be history's first ever government-censored rain shower.

A coalition of anti-censorship activists - led by the humanitarian group Cinema for Peace - say they intend to bombard North Korea's land mass with 100,000 copies of Sony's previously banned movie The Interview.

The plan is to use hydrogen balloons to transport Seth Rogan-infused USB sticks and DVDs directly to the Korean people. Like Netflix, but worse.

Source: Activists Will Air Drop 100,000 Copies of 'The Interview' Over... Yep, You Guessed It! | moviepilot.com
 

GhorMaanas

The Vagrant Seeker
seems more like a publicity stunt than an actual endeavour (to jeopardise Korean lives) to come to fruition. Ammerikkah - the land of (ludicrous) marketing of just anything & everything (among some other things, ofc)!

OTOH, it would be interesting to see these 'eagles of freedom' airdrop some banned 'works of art' over iraq and middle-eastern regions, or atleast chest-thumpingly announce some righteous plan(s) to do so!
 
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