Many people prefer to watch foreign films rather than local films. Why is this the case? Should government invest money in local film industry?

Specifically in our country cinematography is not developed as in other foreign countries.I am not sure why is that,but it may be related to a lack of education in that sphere.Mind you our "old retro"
movies
are actually marvellous.It's an 80-nineties work of art. It may be the case that in
this
country not everyone appreciates favourable things
such
as cinema, the music industry, and fine arts. Personally, I prefer to watch foreign
movies
rather than ones local.There is a couple of factors in my opinion and preferences. First of ,all it's tied up to learning,improving,developing my English and using these
movies
as listening exercises.The
second
reason is foreign actors are more persuasive in their roles and the emotion conveyed for them is piece of cake.
Last
but not least the
movies
of different cultures,odd countries are more quality than our local films. And that brings us to the
second
question.At
this
point, I hazard a guess that government actually should invest money in
this
kind of stuff and cash flow may be the main problem. I am not an economist and etcetera but it's obviously a challenging situation for composers,producers and artists. We should emphasize that idea. Almost everyone watched at least one movie in their life and on the face of the earth approximately everyone has their own favourite movie or tv series.,Personally mine is The Shawshank Redemption,Interstellar and more.
This
kind of movie shows us how cinematography plays a crucial role in social life.
Additionally
, we can say it's something that the majority of us love to do in our leisure time. Based on
this
I would like to say that the inherent part of the world is in line with music,art and etcetera.
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