Location: Chickasaw, Wyoming, United States



 User Description: "We shall sheathe the previous sword, comrades, we becomes brothers ..."The film "United Safety Zone" which i watched online on stirred up a complete wave of emotions in me. I saw in him not just the tragedy on the Korean people (although to the greater extent), but also the tragedy of humanity like a whole. We are all kind of brothers, people, human beings, but this does not prevent us from fighting against each other for hundreds of years and millennia, renouncing our neighbor, wanting his wife and property: movable and immovable. I inquired myself a subject that probably worries many - why people kill each other? I believe, the war, i.e. the rivalry of associations of persons is actually a natural mechanism of group identification. We understand who we're also, to whom we refer ourselves not until could our alienation from another. “Ours - someone else's” is the most important opposition to human life. Even if this "stranger" is similar Korean as you. Ideology creates an unbridgeable chasm between brothers.War makes it possible for you to feel view of life, as Orwell wrote in his time. Moreover, it satisfies ones natural tendency to kill. They are driven by an irresistible thirst for blood and violence (but this does not mean this thirst should be cultivated in oneself). Just supply the enemy, and it will be not important.And regardless of how hard we attempt to prove that one is a peaceful and kind creature, transformation come from it, some animal essence still creeps out. Moreover, the instinct of self-preservation in such cases doesn't work at all. You might say this unfounded, but one of the most striking confirmation is the Cuban missile crisis, and in fact all the nuclear confrontation like a whole. The realization you're setting fire to your roof isn't going to whatsoever stop you from moving in direction of self-destruction. So inside the parable "Lord from the Flies" children set fire to the area, which feeds and watered them, in order to smoke and kill their former comrade.You tell me, exactly what does the movie "United Security Zone" pertain to it? Many people feel, the film improves the question, can ideology stop being a hurdle to friendship? Needless to say it can. Provided the hammer is cocked. Naturally, it would be unsafe to totally trust the "commies" or "puppets of capitalism", because we continue to be enemies to each other.In 1953, after the end of the war along the 38th parallel, Korea was split into South and North. For that reason, a 2-kilometer-wide demarcation zone was formed, inside that your special 800-meter lane appeared for negotiations. After the autumn from the Berlin Wall, this intra-Korean border remains the only such type of political atavism within the world.Lately, South Korean cinema has grown to be more and more needing to tackle this topic. So, right after the national hit Shiri, the United Security Zone emerged. With regards to genre, this is a rather unusual mix of an Asian action movie (with its characteristic crazy editing) and pure art house that could keep you wandering at different times all of the time.The film offers two intertwined stories. One - about the way the border guards of these two states became friends: without notifying the chiefs, they begin to meet under cover with the night, enjoying yourselves in table conversations. The second reason is about a investigation by a unique international commission, which should certainly learn the conditions of your death of two North Korean soldiers who had been shot because of the southerners. The three survivors of this incident refuse to inquire into so what happened, because the certainty concerning simple human friendship might appear too shocking to your with the top.The film helps guide you great anything is really a national idea. Just as the West Germans once thought of reuniting using the East, at the very least include those with them, so South Koreans sleep to see their brothers from your totalitarian north. The progressive plot in a very political sense was in advance of its time: South Koreans, to whom any contact with all the northerners ended up being banned many years, flooded the film, since few advisors often see in everyday life how people the North actually live.

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