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Twenty Bucks [DVD] [English] [1993]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Director & cast commentary
  • Filmmakers' commentary
  • Writing, casting & preproduction featurette
  • Filming & editing featurette
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

Twenty Bucks
This fascinating chronicle of the life and times of a twenty dollar bill was originally written by Endre Boehm in 1935 and languished forgotten on the shelf until his son Leslie resurrected it after his father's death, and updated the script. (Both received screenwriter credit for the released version). The scrap of currency's journey begins after it is spit out of a downtown Minneapolis ATM machine into the hands of a busy young mother. It's a windy day, and the crisp bill is blown out of her hands into those of a bag lady who uses it on the lottery because she believes the serial numbers are lucky. Unfortunately, the bill is plucked from her hands by a light-fingered skate boarder who uses the money at a local bakery. From there the bill's odyssey takes it to a wide variety of places including a wedding, a stripper's g-string, a con artist's scam, and a robbery. It ends up used as a note pad, a birthday present, a coaster, and a fishing contest trophy. Interestingly, every one who encounters the bill changes in some way. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Linda Hunt
    Linda Hunt - Angeline
  • David Rasche
    David Rasche - Baker
  • Concetta Tomei
    Concetta Tomei - Sam's Mother
  • George Morfogen
    George Morfogen - Jack Holiday
  • Christopher Lloyd
    Christopher Lloyd - Jimmy
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