The film follows a $20 bill from its ATM birth to its eventual demise. Along the way, the note weaves in and out of the lives of a street person, an aspiring writer, a stripper, two thieves, and many others in surprising and inventive ways. Written by
Don Porter <email@example.com>
This is the fascinating chronicle of the life and times of a twenty dollar bill.
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Did You Know?
The script was originally written in 1935 by Endre Bohem
, but sat on the shelf until 1990, when his son Leslie Bohem
found it upon his father's death. He fell in love with the script and, after updating it for the 90's, sought to have it finally filmed. See more
The license plates on the cars imply that the story supposedly takes place in Washington DC, but the skyline scenes do not look at all like Washington DC. For one thing, Washington has no high-rise office buildings or skyscrapers. See more
References Gone with the Wind
Written by Charles F. Calhoun
(as I. Stone)
Performed by The Drifters
Walden Music, Inc.
Administered by Warner Brothers Music Corporation & Gladys Music
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products See more