It’s 2015, but ‘The Interview’ is still going strong on the internet. And the latest news is taking things to a whole new level.
It turns out North Korean defector Park Sang-hak is working with a U.S. Human Rights Foundation (who obviously hate NK) who together, are planning to drop 100,000 copies of the controversial film into North Korea as soon as next week.
We’re not sure how this is going to work though. Most North Korean people are extremely poor. Kim Jong-un isn’t just a comic book villain you know. He really does rule over his country with an iron fist, and the struggle is real. So I doubt there are many DVD players and/or laptops.
So it’s probably going to be a huge waste of time.
But that isn’t stopping Park. It’s still going down. And the 100,000 copies of The Interview will be floating over the NK border from South Korea next week, in air-drop balloons. So that’s going to make tension between the two countries a bit more frosty.
[via The Wrap]