This makes absolutely no sense. Even figuring in the inclusive taxes of England and France, there is still a huge discrepancy.
France and England have the same sales tax rate, and yet Tri-X is almost $1.30 a roll less in France than it is in England.
Luckily, I'll be in Toronto for a couple of months, and can buy my film in New York and have it sent to me there.
It looks like it's every man for himself.
When you get that all figured out, move on to pricing discrepencies of petroleum products between countries.