Written, directed and starring sole practioner Ray McKinnon, it’s good to see the humble beancounter being recognised for their talents and for having the ability to change a way of life.
For those who have not seen it, the 38-minute film, centres on an eccentric, hard drinking, chain smoking, backwoods accountant.
The central character is brought in to rescue a small farm steeped in debt, and in doing so, the eponymous accountant unravels a tale of ‘schemes and solutions’, brought about by a rival accountant.
As if such things happen in the profession! – could the timing have been any better?
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