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they've become popular filming spot stew today low costs experienced Crees of that's a tall landscapes like rolling hills and cranky councils but is streaming giants Amazon Hulu and Netflix prepare a new slate of fun to see blockbusters more countries in the region stepping into the game that only on the big blockbuster budgets , Romania for example is offering to reimburse up to forty five percent of the productions cost , two is betting on the same strategy , it's an act that absurd because owned on US orders that come to us from a broader only motivated by finances SO cash rebates of thirty percent is of course an incentive to make predictions in Poland it's a tried and tested method the Czech Republic's twenty percent rebate in two thousand and ten spoke to boom of productions but cashier may not be a huge issue for video streaming behemoths analysts estimate I'm isns two thousand nineteen content budget to be up to six billion dollars I put Netflix's a staggering fifteen billion a stoppage plays like the Czech Republic hoping that reputation will keep them on top just just got a public education goes to stop the Czech Republic is unique because of its experienced film crews and its locations it has a number of beautiful castles and palaces in its territory the weather was good on what's very important today security security is one of the main reasons to film right here in the Czech Republic so , the wall to between countries is almost as spaces those on the big screen the stakes thankfully quite as high