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Betting Clerk
Bill Cusack ...
Jon Donnelly ...
Loud Race Fan
Ray Fraggi ...
Joel's Father
Gabrielle Galanter ...
Joel's Girlfriend
Jack Handelman ...
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Les Pollack
Race Starter
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Young people race old people around a racetrack in their wheelchairs while a crowd places bets.
29 July 1999 | by (New York, USA) – See all my reviews

I saw this short film at a film festival in New York and was completely shocked and entertained all at the same time. While a few shots were missing that would have heightened the intensity, there are so many one-line jokes I had to see it again to catch everything, and it made me laugh even more. Very brave concept and DEFINITELY politically incorrect!

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