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One piece of advice: If you just won the lottery, you’d better not break out in a happy dance in a night shop whose other customers include an armed, desperate dealer and a corrupt cop.


Original Title : YOUR LUCKY DAY
: Daniel Brown
Screenplay : Daniel Brown
Cast : Angus Cloud, Elliot Knight, Jessica Garza, Sterling Beaumon, Mousa Hussein Kraish & Jason O'Mara
DOP : Justin Henning
Producer : Luke Barnett, Adam Baxter & Daniel Brown
Production : King City Films, LLC
Distribution : Three Lines Pictures BV
World Sales : Capstone Pictures

Year : 2023
Country :
Audio : English
Subtitles : FR / NL
Running time : 89'

Genre(s) :
Audience : 16+
Premiere : International
Competition(s) : ,

Extra Info

Sterling, a third-rate dealer, is robbed on the street by one of his customers. Cussing and cursing the gods for his less than stellar fate, he walks into a night shop looking for a little comfort in a bottle, preferably cheap. While counting the little that he has left with his gun itching to rob the place, one of the other customers is checking his lottery ticket at the cash register and breaks out into an uncontrollable happy dance. He hit the jackpot, 156 million! One can only dream what to do with that amount of dough. Well, Sterling is determined to chase that dream, improvising a mask from a pulpy magazine and a gun that was already dying to be whipped out of his pocket anyway. What he didn’t count on while robbing the poor schmuck of his ticket to paradise? A cop flushing down his number two in the toilet at the back of the shop… What follows is a fierce struggle between the night dwellers in the shop, all feeling they’re entitled to a bit of happiness falling their way. But, as they’ll find out, money can’t buy happiness, it can only lead to bloodshed…

Director Dan Brown (nope, not the ‘Da Vinci Code’ dude) masterfully leads us through the resulting maze of greed, deceit and philosophical questions about the nature and corrupting power of money. Starring the late Angus Cloud (EUPHORIA), in what sadly turned out to be his final role.