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K-Film Outing : Documentary <Camp 14: Total Control Zone> by Director Marc Wiese

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!!! Achat des billets de Party Fin-Année / Year-End Party Ticket Purchase !!!

Comme annoncé, vous pouvez procurer les billets de Party de Fin-Année avant le visionnement du documentaire. Shinae ( et Aminata ( seront là pour vous accueillir entre 18h00- 18h45 aux tables au fond, tout droit à l’entrée. SVP, apportez d’argent du montant exact. Merci!

As announced, you can purchase our Christmas Party Tickets before the Documentary. Shinae ( and Aminata ( will be there from 18h00 – 18h45 at the tables further inside straight at the Entrance. Please bring the exact amount of cash. Thank you!

The Film Outing is back with the documentary film Camp 14 - Total Control Zone. This German-Korean film features the same North-Korean defector in Blaine Harden's book Escape from camp 14.
The presentation is hosted by the Goethe Institut in Montreal and director Marc Wiese will be present for a Q&A period.
«This is the extraordinary story of Shin Dong-Huyk, born and raised in a North-Korean labour camp. From the age of six, he was subjected to forced labor, hunger, beatings and torture. After his escape at the age of 23, he discovered the outside world for the first time. The film relates his incredible story, as well as those of his fellow inmates and two high-ranking prison guards. Today Shin lives in South Korea, where he collaborates with a human rights organization and occasionally travels to international conferences. Yet he still doesn’t feel at home in the free world.» - Goethe Institut (
Screening time: We will meet at 6:30pm in the lobby. The documentary starts at 7pm.
Tickets: The price is 11.64$+ tax (please purchase your own ticket and meet us at the Lobby).
Don't forget to invite your family and friends!
Aminata ( and Shinae (
운영 위원회/Le Comité d'opération/The Operating Committee
몬트리올 한국 언어 문화 센터/
le Centre de la langue et de la culture coréennes de Montréal/
Montreal Korean Language & Culture Centre