Films exposing the reality of life in North Korea have been generating headlines. Russian director Vitaly Mansky, whose opened in April, portrays in his film the process by which 8 year-old Jinmi prepares for an official North Korean state ceremony. During filming, Mansky discovered that almost every aspect of Jinmi's life was a fabrication, and secretly recorded how the North Korean authorities attempted to manipulate each scene. David Kinsella's also takes a critical look at the falsehoods of the North Korean regime, and won an award for best feature film from Amnesty International. What aspects of the North were the film makers able to capture, risking their lives in the process? We took a look at North Korea's reality.