Pyongyang, August 23 (KCNA) — The Korean Film Studio recently released the first and second parts of the feature film “Trunks Grow From Roots.”
Based on a theme of socialist realities, the film deals with a story about the Cha Kwang Su Youth Shock Brigade of the Chilli Coal Mine under the Anju Area Coal Complex.
In the film, some youths, who dislike organisational and collective life, rectify their errors and grow up to be true workers loved by the country.
It vividly shows the rising generation can glorify their honor only under the deep love and trust of Kim Jong Il, who set forth the idea of attaching importance to the youths.
A preview of the film was held at the People’s Palace of Culture on August 22.
It was appreciated by party and government cadres, officials of national institutions and working people in the city.
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