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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
Somebody keeps giving 1 to this movie. Don't mind, it's just a stupid game. The movie is a masterpiece in it's way. Every word, every look, every gesture has it's effect and a lot of humor. When you less expect a boost of laugh strikes the assistance and yourself.
Briefly, three good stupid guys - like many - win the jackpot. But where is the ticket? Well, it has been stolen. These guys really need the money! You feel sorry for them and you have no choice but to accompany them in a journey to find the robbers and the ticket. Every step, every mile and every encounter is a reason of laugh. At the end of the day you may conclude that money is not exactly what they need - they are better than this.
Why Două lozuri" (Two Tickets)? You'll have to see the movie to find out the second one.
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