North Korea is getting a ski mountain, and the Ministry of Propaganda wants you to know about it. Kim Jong-unâ€™s pet project, the Masikryong Ski Resort, was built in just ten months, uses a 30-year old lift China sold them, and tops out on the summit of Taehwa Peak that, weâ€™re told, has all sorts of amenities. Itâ€™s probably not worth the dangers of entering a hostile country to hit the nine beginner and intermediate runs descending 2,130 feet, but North Korea is trying to convince us otherwise. The country put out an 11:27-minute-long promotional film that, rather than convincing tourists from the Western world to come ski, has become a semi-viral laughing stock and nominee for the weirdest ski flick ever. To make some sense of this muddled mess, we turned to Josh Haskins, Executive Producer at Warren Miller Productions â€” the creators of some of the greatest ski films ever â€” to see if he could make some sense from the film, and offer some helpful suggestions for their next.
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