We do not need a film about Brexit. Nobody needs a film about Brexit. If you want to see a film about Brexit, I can recommend a perfectly good workaround that involves finding a VHS copy of Threads and fast-forwarding it to two seconds after the bomb goes off. Any more than that and you are just wasting your time.
And yet, here we are. There is probably going to be a film about Brexit, or a big-budget TV show at the very least. Worse, it’s going to be about winning the Brexit vote. Worse, it’s going to be based on the self-congratulatory insider book The Bad Boys of Brexit: Tales of Mischief, Mayhem & Guerrilla Warfare in the EU Referendum Campaign. Worse, it’s thought that Nigel Farage is going to be an executive producer on the project. So, essentially, we are about to see an official Farage biopic about Farage’s “greatest victory” that’s been made by Farage himself. And you thought we had already suffered enough.
People get to spend their own money as they wish then fin out whether anyone likes the product.
Compare and contrast that with a system in which the state bureaucracy gets to decide who does what.