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Lotto Land Review


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There's a whole lotto lovin' goin' on in Lotto Land, an odd little feature from writer/director John Rubino, which explores relationships among young and old folks in Brooklyn, particularly Lotto players.

Hank (Larry Gilliard Jr.) and Joy (Barbara Gonzalez) are about to embark on prom night. Hank's father Milt (blues legend Wendell Holmes) rediscovers long-extinguished passion with Joy's guardian Nini (Suzanne Costallos). Oh, and Joy's drunken, roller-skating, drug-dealing father just may have won $27 million in the New York Lottery. Trust me, it's not as complicated as it sounds...or as interesting.

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