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LifestyleThursday, May 17, 201821Established 1961 (From left) South Korean actor Hwang Jung-Min, South Korean director Yoon Jong-Bin, South Korean actor Lee Sung-Min andSouth Korean actor Ju Ji-Hoon pose as they arrive for the screening of the film “Gongjak (The Spy Gone North)” at the 71stedition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France. — AFPMusic & Movies“The Spy Gone North”, the tale of a SouthKorean who infiltrated North Korea in the1990s, is full of plot twists, but the moviemight be outdone by the news, as efforts to resolve thenuclear stand-off face a real-life cliffhanger. The spythriller was shot between January and July 2017, aroundthe time when North Korean leader Kim Jong Unordered a series of missile and nuclear tests, rattlingneighboring nations and the new US administration.Since then, relations have thawed and the film premieredat the Cannes Film Festival days before the North andSouth were due to hold high-level talks to discuss thedenuclearization of the...