The relatives of victims of North Korea’s abductions expressed their joy Monday after a U.S. film on Megumi Yokota has won the best documentary award at the U.S. Slamdance Film Festival in Utah.

“I’m really happy the film won the prize,” Sakie Yokota, the 69-year-old mother of Megumi, told a news conference in Tokyo. “I want every country in the world to know about people like us and the abductions.”

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