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More Videos Korea hurls racist insults at Obama Story highlights North Korea claims Obama is the "chief culprit" who forced the distribution of the movie It also accuses the United States of being behind the disruption of the North Korean Internet Sony Pictures had suspended the movie's release, but later showed it at independent cinemas The FBI blamed North Korea for a cyberattack against Sony; a U. The North Korean government is fuming over the release of the "The Interview," claiming President Barack Obama forced the film into theaters and onto streaming video services.
President Obama is the chief culprit who forced the Sony Pictures Entertainment to 'indiscriminately distribute' the movie and took the lead in appeasing and blackmailing cinema houses and theatres in the U. In the screwball comedy, a tabloid journalist who is granted an interview with North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un is asked to assassinate him.
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But when he arrives, the movie version of the dictator charms him. Later on, however, the two wage battle. Korea really behind the Sony hack? Was N. May I speak to them at some point?
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