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THE MONEY GAME

Australia, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Michel Pearce

A filmed account of economic processes which takes the form of a sporting event played on an economics machine with six sets of controls operated by six contestants. Each contestant represents a specific section of the community: Government, foreign interest, industry, underdeveloped countries, finance, workforce. During the course of the game the contestants play the machine into a state of international conflict and then back to peace.

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