Torel is wrong about sharing a films success with the cast and crew, since its his own cash he's risking its not an issue but if its some one else's cash its a different. Since Japanese don't have a world wide release I doubt they make much at the Japanese box office which would explain the low pay scale, Japan doesn't exactly have a super large population. None of the cast and crew have risked their own money to make a Japanese movie they have no skin in the game so why should share in a film's success? They are paid for their work how ever much that would be but investors may or may not be paid depending on how the film does at the box office, they could end up losing all of their cash while the cast and crew still took home paychecks regardless if the film failed. Everybody always wants the rewards without any of the risk, there is nothing fair about that.
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