In the 1970s, dealmakers and tax accountants try their hand at the movie business. Gone are the days of the 1960s auteur-director struggling to survive. Now, thanks to a generous government tax-shelter program, Canadian movies are being made at a fever pitch. Throughout this decade, a slew of lowbrow, American-style films will be produced but few will actually ever be seen by the Canadian public. This Fifth Estate documentary, explores use and abuse of the Canadian tax dollar in the revived film industry.
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