with music CD's not much work is really done. your artists, writers and producers make the music. then an artist will take care of the case. then it gets published where the workers will be paid salaries so they arent really effected by sales, although the bosses will get paid more for bulk. then into the shops where the same sort of thing happens.
so thats like a tenner a disc not shared between many people. then you can argue that the artist will do gigs and stuff where they will make more than enough money.
but for films theres hundreds of people involved and a £5 ticket has to stretch further than £10 cd for everyone to get a cut. plus all these people worked almost full-time.
then the films are like £15 to buy which still has to cover hundreds of people.
i guess my point is musicians are over-paid under-worked bar-stewards. but in films - apart from the main stars and directors, are the little people and unknown stars actually being ripped off?
sorry for thinking, ive been advised against it but i'm feeling wacky today