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Reviews of the Hollywood-style trailer U.S. President Donald Trump played for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at their Singapore summit have been mixed. The National Security Council made the four-minute film especially for its one-man audience, reports said. Opening with a shot of Mount Paektu, the spiritual home of the Korean people and the supposed birthplace of Kim's father Kim Jong Il, the images rapidly spanned the globe to Rome, Egypt and Seoul.Black-and-white pictures of the Korean Demilitarized Zone were followed by images of prosperity – food, a high-speed train, electricity pylons.The paper's film critic James Poniewozik said the original had a "totalitarian kitsch" style.– cue fire consuming celluloid film, presumably a metaphor for the destruction of North Korea.Peter Bradshaw – the film critic for Britain's Guardian newspaper – was scathing.
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