Event Information
Rooftop Films, Inc. Presents
Rooftop Films: Crossing The Line
Saturday, July 14, 2007

In 1962, a U.S. soldier defected to North Korea. After 45 years, the story of Comrade Joe is told. There will be a reception in the courtyard following the screening with free chilled Beaujolais

Length: 2 hrs 00 mins
Intermission: None
Seating: General Admission
You choose your seats when you get to the theater.

After being abandoned by his parents and his first wife, Joseph Dresnok re-enlisted in the U.S. army and was sent to patrol the border between North and South Korea. Feeling betrayed and lonely, and facing a court martial for leaving his post to visit a prostitute, Dresnok went AWOL and walked straight across the border into the North Korean mine fields. He was captured by the North Korean army, recruited by the Communist government and transformed into the antagonist star of the North Korean propaganda machine, typecast forever as the evil American. In 2004, British documentary filmmaker Daniel Gordon finally got unrestricted access Dresnok and went to Pyongyang to interview the only American left living in North Korea.

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This event is general admission and no seating is assigned at this time. You will choose your seats when you arrive at the venue. Please view the 'More info' link to view if the venue is ADA Complaint.