Harry’s War is a film you will enjoy unless you work for the Internal Revenue Service. With a stellar cast including Edward Herrmann, Geraldine Page, David Ogden Stiers and Karen Grassel, this is one of the most libertarian films ever produced.
Rarely do you get a film that discusses things like “constitutional government” and the abuses of the IRS. The film has moments that are funny, touching or infuriating. It was released in 1981, and from what I understand, never saw the inside of a theater, in spite of a well-known cast of actors. It did the rounds in video and eventually got transferred to DVD. Fr33minds president Jim Peron tracked down the last remaining copies and purchased the entire lot. Because of that, the owners released a new print run.
DVD, 98 minutes. List price $19.95; Laissez Faire price, not stocked; our price $9.95.