CNN.com - Video shows executions, life inside North Korea - Nov 13, 2005: "North Korea is the last Stalinist regime, a closed one-party state founded on a personality cult, a rogue regime known for repression of its people and a menacing nuclear arms program, a nearly bankrupt nation, where, in the 1990s, the U.S. government says more than 2 million people starved to death during a famine. Kim Jong Il denied the famine even existed.
Sarah McDonald, who produced and directed the documentary, 'Undercover in the Secret State,' said her crew interviewed a man who had been in a camp shown in the movie.
'What he described, we didn't put it in the film,' she said Friday from London, England. 'It is so appalling, you just can't imagine. He said that 95 percent of people who go into that prison die in the prison. Their whole motivation is to kill these people, but they won't let them die easily.
'They -- they torture them to death over a very long period of time.'"