Newswire: North Korea got itself all worked up over a nonexistent screening of The Interview

Furthering suspicions that The Interview is the only movie the North Korean government has ever heard of—aside from the biggest blockbuster of 2012, 2013, and 2014, Kim Jong-Un, Cool Guy With Great Haircut, Kill American Spy With One Punch—the country has accused the 65th Berlin International Film Festival of “instigating terrorism” by screening the film. It did so in the form of a statement which reads, in part:

“The screening of the movie that hurts the dignity of the supreme leadership of North Korea and openly agitates state-sponsored terrorism has nothing to do with the ‘freedom of expression’ touted by Germany….Those who attempt at terrorist acts and commit politically-motivated provocations and those who join them in violation of the sovereignty and dignity of North Korea will never be able to escape merciless punishment.”

The problem (okay, one problem) with North Korea’s statement is that there was …

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