North Korea's Military parade in Slow Motion

28 October 2010

A short time ago the regime of Kim Jong-il in North Korea allowed the international media in to watch its largest ever military parade.  This was part of their ever so slightly obvious campaign to establish his son, Kim Jong-un as heir apparent (although the irony of a communist state having this sort of royal lineage is apparently lost on the family).

That aside, Guardian UK staff Dan Chung and Tania Branigan could hardly pass up this invitation and this film is a lasting visual record of their time their.  It was shot on Canon 60D and most of it is in slow motion - you get a real sense of being there.

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