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Two Lottery Tickets (2016)

Doua lozuri (original title)
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.


Paul Negoescu


Ion Luca Caragiale (short story), Paul Negoescu
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Credited cast:
Dorian Boguta ... Dinel Petre
Dragos Bucur ... Vasile Gramada aka Sile
Alexandru Papadopol ... Pompiliu Bors
Andi Vasluianu ... Costel Dorohoi
Serban Pavlu ... Iubitul gelos
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mircea Banu Mircea Banu ... Agent Guspenec
Elisa Calin Elisa Calin ... Prostitute
Nora Cupcencu Nora Cupcencu ... Gina Petre
Ioana Florentina Dimitriu ... Mihaela Dorohoi (as Ina Dimitriu)
Elias Ferkin Elias Ferkin ... Prezentator loto
Ligia Matei Ligia Matei
Codin Maticiuc Codin Maticiuc
Alexandru-Victor Nemteanu Alexandru-Victor Nemteanu ... Junkie
Dragos Niamtu Dragos Niamtu ... Strutanu
Irina Noaptes ... Hitchhiker / Codruta


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 Actoriedefilm.ro

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Inspired by Ion Luca Caragiale's short story "Doua loturi" (1905). See more »


References Stuff and Dough (2001) See more »

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One of very few REAL Romanian films
10 November 2017 | by Radu_ASee all my reviews

If you're not Romanian and have seen any film from there at all, it's most likely a festival prize winner by a neo-realist director like Mungiu or Netzer. If you meet a Romanian and ask them what they thought about those, you will quite likely have heard that these films are not really that great, because they do not represent how people live.

There is a scene just like that in this short and mildly black comedy, in which Dragos Bucur explains this to a hitch hiker, giving the plot of "Stuff and Dough" as an example, and how boring it was. The very Romanian irony is that Dragos Bucur was the star of "Stuff and Dough", it was his breakout film, so it's just plain hilarious to hear him trash-talk about it.

There are lots of similar jokes in this little gem produced at a budget of just about €5000. If you're Romanian, you'll constantly snicker because you'll invariably know characters who act like those in the movie. If you're a Westerner, you get a chance to see what we are really like, even if you won't get much of the humor.

This is the perfect film to watch for Eastern - Western couples if you've always found yourself unable to explain just what the difference between us is. It's light, it's fun and unlike most films these days not too long.

And although it says so in the content description, this is not based on some British comedy, but (loosely) on a 19th century play.

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Release Date:

7 October 2016 (Romania) See more »

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2 biglietti della lotteria See more »

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EUR40,000 (estimated)

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D-Cinema 48kHz 5.1



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1.85 : 1
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