There are at least three washing machines in the average home these days: the dishwasher to wash the dishes, the one in the laundry that washes the clothes and things, and the brainwashing machine, the television.
'Kiwis' sit in front of the brainwashing machine watching the fluff and nonsense that it emits, night after night - and all day in some cases - all funded by the advertising and entertainment industry and political lobbyists, masquerading as "the media". Mediating between the public and reality. The average 'kiwi' would have no idea who Joel Benjamin is.
He made this film on a budget of $4,000 and I don't see any evidence that any of that came from Te Mangai Paho.