Claude Lanzmann, France, 2017, 100'

Napalm is the story of the breathtaking and brief encounter, in 1958, between a French member of the first Western European delegation officially invited to North Korea after the devastating Korean war (4 million civilians killed) and a nurse working for the Korean Red Cross hospital, in Pyongyang, capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Claude Lanzmann returned to Korea without the permission to film and each take represents an extraordinary victory over the permanent control of the regime’s political police.

Directed by Claude Lanzmann
Producer François Margolin
Cinematography Caroline Champetier
Edited by Chantal Hymans

Festivals Official selection – Festival de Cannes

10.05 / 18.00 / Belgrade Youth Centre