We're so used to being the outsiders forced to skulk on obscure blogs and do without the paraphernalia of power that a professionally-made documentary making the case for Brexit provided an immediate thrill on novelty grounds alone. Unfortunately it doesn't do much more than that. This has to be classed as a massive opportunity lost.
It's full of Adam Smith Institute-type free market crap about how the EU stifles business with excess regulation as well as infantile depictions of lazy continentals. There's nothing about infringements of sovereignty, nothing about out-of-control human rights madness. Most importantly, there is nothing about the immigration invasion except a brief reference to the rise of "nasty far right" parties on the continent, the implication being that we should leave the EU to get away from them. And the rise of these "nasty far right" parties is attributed not to the invasion of Europe by Africans and Asians but the economic stagnation supposedly caused by the aformentioned "stifling EU bureaucracy".
The documentary was made by Martin Durkin. I don't know whether it was his own initiative or whether he was just a gun for hire but, if the latter, he was definitely the wrong pick. Just about every documentary he has ever made has been pushing the case for market libertarianism. I should make a post sometime about the corruption of real Conservatism by free market zealotry, much of it driven by Jews.
As things are, I'm not sure this film helps the Brexit case at all. With reptilian Oriental types like Michael Howard prominently featured in it, it might even drive people towards Remain.