several months our country has, and the world as a whole, has been in a state of emergency due to the pandemic that is raging around us.
Now, the community has gradually begun to open up again, but still we know in the aftermath of the time we have been, and who we still are inside. Still, there are many who must live with strict measures to limit transmission in the community.
24. July could culture Abid Raja report that the government had made an exception for Tom Cruise and his film crew that they should come to Norway and play in the next "Mission Impossible"movie, without having to be in quarantine.
It is all well and good that the big film productions in the foreign countries want to make use of Norway as innspillingsland, and there is no doubt that it can help to put Norway on the map internationally. But is it really these exceptions that we want the government our to do in the very special time we are in?
What breddefotballen, that since the middle of march has had to sit nicely on the sidelines and seen of both clubs, shopping malls and amusement parks open up again?
It is sad that the government prioritizes Tom Cruise and his film crew in front of the Norwegian sports. It is scary to know that Raja thinks it is more important to placate the major, international film productions, rather than to ensure that peter and Marianne again to get the drive with the soccer ball.Deserves serious dialogue Leader
Raja answer criticism that it is opened for film productions that have received support from the Norwegian filminstitutts insentivordning, which makes that even a warning light flashes at a liberalist like me.
"Mission Impossible" has been granted an application for a staggering 49 million in funding from the intensivordningen to the Norwegian film institute. It is horrific to know that Norwegian taxpayers helps to finance one movie with 49 million, and in addition are susceptible to increased infection rates in the community.
the sum would you at least believe that the film contributes to strengthen Norwegian turistnæring and help to ensure that more people choose Norway as reisedestinasjon. You should be able to expect that the film was an obvious advertisement for the Norwegian nature, culture and society, but it is also not the case.
When the last "Mission Impossible"movie was recorded in Norway they were also awarded several million Norwegian skattekroner in support of insentivordningen to the NFI, and in the film as footage that is made in Norway, among other things, on the pulpit rock, is portrayed as if it were filmed in India, and the Uk is hardly mentioned with a single word through the entire movie.
To assign some, regardless of the size of the filmproduksjonen, 49 million Norwegian skattekroner is horrific, and deeply irresponsible. Here, it is time that the government cleans up and takes responsibility.Tom Cruise is coming to Norway
In the time we have been inside with companies that have gone bankrupt, thousands of laid off and krisepakker for the business community, we have really seen the importance of turning on every penny and do not spend money on unødvendigheter. In the revised national budget for receive they an increase of nok 30 million, while the grant for state funding of eldreomsorgen be cut with 20,6 million.
It is quite obvious that the government think there is more fuss with well-known actors and major film productions, than the most important tasks in our community. This is evidence of a very irresponsible financial management, and had it been up to Three Youth had the Norwegian film institute, been laid down a long time ago.
Norwegian tax money will not finance a movie in Hollywood, they are to be used to safeguard Norwegian taxpayers – so they can store filmproduksjonene pay for themselves.Raja is responsible the Manager You can submit your article and opinion piece in Dagbladet here
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