- Movie: KT
- Romaji: KT
- Korean: 케이티
- Director: Junji Sakamoto
- Assistant Director: Yasukazu Sugiyama
- Writer: Haruhiko Arai, Eisuke Nakazono (novel)
- Producer: Bong-Ou Lee, Yukiko Shii
- Cinematographer Norimichi Kasamatsu
- Release Date: May 3, 2002
- Runtime: 138 min.
- Distributor: Cinequanon
- Language: Japanese
- Country: Japan
A speculative reconstruction of a never fully explained incident from 1973: the five-day disappearance in Japan of Kim Dae-Jung (then a politician opposed to South Korea’s military dictatorship, later president of South Korea and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate). Kim (codenamed ‘KT’) was on a secret fund-raising visit to Tokyo when he was snatched from a hotel room; the film says the kidnappers were Korean CIA men abetted by Japan’s army-in-all-but-name, the Jieitai, both working with the tacit approval of the United States.
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