Nothing to Declare

DVD Release: August 28, 2007
Nothing to Declare
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Synopsis

The small town of Putterton has managed to avoid troubles associated with modern life, such as crime and high prices. But when the new tax agent arrives in the form of an ambitious, young and beautiful tax inspector, the idyllic lifestyle of the tiny town is turned upside down. It’s up to George Putter (Billy Zane) to distract the inspector using any means possible to keep the town’s dirty little secret from being revealed.

Dove Review

This is a quirky movie about a small town in Canada of 376 residents. Putterton was started by George Putter’s great-great-grandfather and now he is the only descendant left. When a new tax agent comes to town, everyone finds themselves in a predicament because no one has paid taxes in 50 years, including George.

“Nothing to Declare” has comedy and drama, as George tries to help the townspeople and is attracted to the new agent. Unfortunately, it contains an element that puts it outside our guidelines for approval.

Content Description

Sex: Many scenes of long kisses between man and woman.
Language: H-2; D-2; OMG/OG-5; Jack A..-1.
Violence: Three elderly gentlemen hit by lightening.
Drugs: Man smoking cigar; young man sprayed with mace.
Nudity: Woman in low-cut dress showing deep cleavage; picture of woman in tax office showing bare breast with only pasties on.
Other: Man fakes back injury; ghosts of people who have passed away.

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Director: Alain Zaloum
Producer: Jean Zaloum
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 101 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe