Pyongyang, September 18 (KCNA) — Films presented to the 6th Pyongyang film festival of non-aligned and other developing countries began to be screened from Thursday in the wake of its opening ceremony on Sept. 16.
The Pyongyang International Cinema House and other cinema houses in the city were permeated with the feelings of friendship and solidarity among people of non-aligned and other developing countries forged on the road of independence.
Included in the feature films screened were “a Tree,” “China Moon” and “Going to school with dad on my back” of China, “the Play of God” and “a Deal” of India, “Our god’s brother” of Poland, “Symphony of Rain” of Libya and “the Man on the Train” of Portugal.
The films show on high artistic level the aspiration and demand of the people who love justice and peace, their worthwhile struggle for building a new life, their traditional manners of life and ideological feelings.
A Chinese feature film “a Tree” deals with the tireless efforts of a couple who turns a desert into a place covered with green woods.
The films were acclaimed by the spectators for their various themes, refined acting and vivid shooting.
The Pyongyang film festival which is being held in the noble idea of independence, peace and friendship will continue till September 25.
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