Thank you, poconopundit!
I saw a thread about this film here on FR not too long ago, but I wasn’t interested in reading it, much less watching the film itself.
Your thread intrigued me.
So glad I watched it, not just for the entertainment value, but also for the educational value.
One thing I noticed is the film’s reliance on economic and political arguments, not on immigration arguments.
These economic and political arguments are enough to make one disgusted with the EU. Any immigration arguments outside of this film are just icing on the came.
Cake, not came.
Dam autocorrect. :)