Photo Op. Cry or die.
You would cry too if the alternative is not only being arrested but having your immediate family, your parents, brothers, sisters and cousins be sent to camp 15 or 22 for the rest of their lives.http://www.heralddeparis.com/did-north- ... tary/40737http://freekorea.us/camps/14-18http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news ... ews-world/
Which was why I posted...
"Come on people, I want to see TEARS! Right NOW! You! In the green top! Move that scarf away from your face so we can see the tears! What do you mean you have no tear ducts after working so long in the salt mines? Cry! Now! Tears for our fearless leader or we kill your children!"
Photo op. Like many of the items of footage allowed out of the country. But that doesn't make either of you wrong.
It's not that they might not feel emotion, it is the fact they are doing it for the TV. As I said in my second post - look at the scenes shown. It is staged. The shots are of the same location from many angles and yet in none of them do you see the TV cameras that had to be all around for that many shots. Ergo they WEREN'T
all around and the camera(s) was/were being moved from place to place to get the footage.
Now look at the long shots - we still have the overlay of wailing but most of the crowd is just standing there. Then look at the wailing shots - 25 people (maybe) in frame doing the whole "wailing and gnashing of teeth" thing.
It's a photo op and anyone who didn't perform on cue would be insulting the late great Kim and would therefore be under threat.