Sunday, September 30, 2012
Back to the 'Homeland'
New Yorker piece on the real-life study of Korean war prisoners from U.S. who collaborated with them and remained loyal when they returned home, a study which inspired The Manchurian Candidate, which in turn inspired Homeland.
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