it_was_my_raccoon677 karma2014-06-05 00:17:11 UTC
I was a volunteer at the Olympic Village for the London 2012 Olympics, and it was really curious to see the many different cultures and personalities from the countries around the World. I remember seeing a few North Korean athletes around the village, and the only way I could describe them are zombies. The looked dead behind the eyes, as if all the personality had been sapped out of them.
My question is: When you lived in North Korea, what was the general perception about the people living in the rest of the World?
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it_was_my_raccoon346 karma2014-11-28 15:17:56 UTC
When you were first pitched the idea of the show, how many seasons did you think the show had the potential to do?
it_was_my_raccoon81 karma2014-08-18 14:02:17 UTC
Of late, many stories are appearing in the press tarnishing Russia's/Putin's image. So, it's hard for us, as unbiased people to know any similarities between Stalin, and Putin's time in office.
Do you see any similarities between both Putin and Stalin?
it_was_my_raccoon56 karma2014-08-18 13:58:09 UTC
We read all about these stories of torture camps in North Korea.
1- Was anything ever mentioned about these camps.
2-Did you feel at any point that your guides or the police/guards were acting up as well in fear of their lives?
it_was_my_raccoon11 karma2014-04-11 16:09:34 UTC
I love the chemistry between you and Jerome Flynn (Bronn), you guys seem to bounce off each other really well.
My question is: How hard is it to translate a relationship between two characters onto the screen with an actor/actress you haven't worked with?
Also, as a Brit, your grasp of our accent is quite superb. Great job.
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