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Don Angel is an aspirational small businessman who helms his suburban empire, the World Wide Business Group, with equal parts zeal and tax evasion. The WWBG is a portfolio of frequently audited companies propped up by its flagship arm, Don’s Dirty Dog Wash. It’s been ten years since Don conceived the dog wash franchise and, thanks to its eye-popping fornicating canines logo, there are now dozens of the dog-on-dog fibreglass trailers on the road, sold largely by Don’s business partner, Ray Leonard, who uses his talents as a former Walkley award winning journalist to entice wavering franchisees.
Success has afforded Don a large staff and his five other companies are managed by the best that government subsidies and 457 visas can buy. Surrounded by his ethnically diverse, culturally challenging and gender fluid employees, any intolerance Don feels is outweighed by price point and a genuine excitement that the World Wide Business Group is finally world wide - or at least third world wide.
Don has embraced globalisation and several of his businesses - Doppelgänger Design (classic furniture at knock off prices), BRRR! (tiny, tiny outfits for the woman on a budget), Yaytionery (adorable kids’ stationery), Funny Dunny (the toilet paper for when you piss yourself laughing) proudly boast budget manufacturing in various South East Asian countries. To advertise all his products, Don turns to his star employee - also his daughter - Sam (Molly Daniels), a Kardashian-coated-chip-off-the-old-block who runs the celebrity fuelled social media agency, InfluenZer.
Don knows that the old adage ‘the best things in life are free’ is complete bullshit and the only thing that makes you happy is money. However in his incessant and devious pursuit of cash Don is plagued by the consequences of both his business practices and his stunted emotional life. When he begins to feel unexpected affection for his business park family Don confusedly discovers that other humans might be what he needs to be happy.
|Actors||Kim Gyngell, Wayne Hope, Heidi Arena, Rick Donald, Molly Daniels, Aaron Chen|
|Film Genre||TV Comedy|
|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
|Consumer Advice||Coarse language and sexual references|
|Year of Release||2018|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||DVD|