A Day in The Life is pretty good. The sucky part is that they're pretty much all documentaries are made by people who are sponspored by the NK government, and therefore escorted around by them. So, like A Day in The Life, they show the Koreans having fun, working, and coming home to a full meal. When, in reality, during the 90's, millions of Koreans died from malnutrition.
The average height of a North Korean male is 4.5" shorter than his South Korean counterpart. Given that the countries have only been seperated for about 60 years, that's some EXTREME malnutrition.
Hah sorry! For those of you who know me, know that I'm pretty passionate about the entire Korea situation. Let's just say I'm more involved than I'd like.