Your immigration doubts allayed

Romanians will regenerate the British film industry, like the Germans in Hollywood in the Nazi era.

Polite people ask discreetly, “But what are the Romanians going to do here except… ?”

And I say, “Remember The Bride of Frankenstein, Ninotchka, To Be or Not To Be, Casablanca, Double Indemnity, Sunset Boulevard, High Noon, The Big Heat, and Some Like It Hot? Look how Osbrown borrows and spends while Romanian govt debt/GDP is still under 40%! That means that, while our busty day of reckoning cannot be delayed forever, in the meantime Britain will attract talent suckled at the moobies of Dan PiÈ›a, the man who made Pruncul, petrolul ÅŸi ardelenii (The baby, the oil, and the Transylvanians, 1981)!”

There is so much to relish in this red western that it is insidious to point to 44:00, so here’s all of it:

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