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.
Don Porter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Don't put this bill in your mouth. You don't know where it's been.
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Did You Know?
All the stories were self-contained in the first draft of the script. The idea to have the characters overlap from story to story, was conceived during re-writes of the screenplay. 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
Life lesson number two...
[grabs the whiskey and throws it out of the car
References Gone with the Wind
Written by Darren Loveday and Stephen Loveday
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