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Marius Florea Vizante,
Three men from a provincial town are in urgent need of money and decide to buy a lottery ticket. They win the lottery, but soon after their ticket gets stolen. The three desperate men go on a journey to find their lost lottery ticket and experience all kinds of adventures...Written by
Loosely inspired by Caragiale's play with the same title, the movie is original, captivating and funny. The story of three musketeers searching for a lost lottery ticket morphs into a sweet tale of camaraderie. It is impossible not to like Dinel, played with restrain and hilarious seriousness by Dorian Boguta. What an "air head" for a faithful friend and husband. In contrast, Sile, brought to life by Dragos Bucur, displays a talent for flirting that can only be rooted in years of practice. The trio is completed by Alexandru Papadopol, who delivers the pompous Pompiliu, carefully greasing the complicated mechanism of friendship. Papadopol is outrageously funny either standing behind a glassy door or simply passing by a black and white car. The movie is stolen by the three actors and we unfairly forget the director, cinematographer, editor, and all others. But isn't that a measure of success, to have the story and the characters stand out? Yes it is.
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