Through his obsession with counting, Derrick is convinced he can predict the winning Lottery numbers and gain the heart of the Show's presenter Luscious Lucy. Things don't quite go ... See full summary »

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(co-director) (as Garrick Hamm), (co-director)

Writer:

(screenplay) (as Garrick Hamm)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bert Audubert ...
Derrick
Basil Holland ...
Bar Man
Mo Holland ...
Bar Man's wife
Anjella Mackintosh ...
Luscious Lucy
Meli McQuay ...
Mrs. Jacobs
Toby Wood ...
Man in pink dressing gown
Chris Worth ...
Nice Phil
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Storyline

Through his obsession with counting, Derrick is convinced he can predict the winning Lottery numbers and gain the heart of the Show's presenter Luscious Lucy. Things don't quite go Derrick's way but he wins something money can't buy. A story of hope, despair and plenty of swearing. Written by Anonymous

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Some people see the dead, some hear voices, Derrick counts numbers.

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Short | Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

17 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Budget:

£35,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Lucky Numbers was shot over 15 weekends with a crew of 3, and took a year and a half to complete. All the sets were hand-built by Pete Seaward at his studio. See more »

Quotes

Derrick: Lovely day.
Nice Phil: Fuck off Fuck off.
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Soundtracks

Pop Song
Performed by Lost Levels
Written by Lost Levels
Courtesy of Chris Cooper, Iain Lowery, Steve Harris, Owen Morgan
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Quirky and engaging
10 March 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Lucky Numbers is a curious short featuring oddball characters, a quirky sense of humour and above all, interesting imagery. Its central character is, well, weird, but endearing, and the unusual story is served well by the director, Garrick Hamm. There is a good use of unusual locations, and the D.o.P. really brings a vibrancy through the colours and lighting.

Whilst the story is a little obscure in places, it holds the viewer's attention, carrying enough charm and character to remain engaging. I look forward to seeing more from Mr. Hamm and co.

8/10


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