A tale of alienation and adaptation both miraculous and strange, but also abduction both psychological and physical. full review
You'll be untangling Dresnok's knotty reality long after you leave the theater. full review
[The] compelling story and the plentiful high-definition video images of North Korean daily life prove so fascinating that Crossing the Line is riveting. full review
The reflective sequences veer between stylishly effective and drearily overstated. full review
Dresnok comes across as honest and credible, and his story is absolutely fascinating.