Summary of The Lottery (1969, Short Film)

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The Lottery is a short film about a group of people who gather to participate in a lottery. The film follows the lottery and the participants as they try to win the prize. At the end, the old man and woman discuss the prize and the old man suggests that they start over because it wasn't fair.

  • 00:00:00 In "The Lottery," a group of people gather to participate in a lottery. Steve, a man who hates to eat TV dinners, is upset that Dick, a pest, is chosen to be the winner. The group adjusts the roof and prepares to start the lottery. One of the participants, Harry, is late, and Phil, the organizer, reminds the others that it is testy bill day. Tessie, the owner of the bar where the lottery is taking place, arrives and the group starts the lottery. After the lottery is completed, the group disperses.
  • 00:05:00 This short film tells the story of a group of people who are all trying to win the lottery. Each person has their own reasons for wanting to win, and the film ends with everyone being drawn for the lottery.
  • 00:10:00 The video is a short film about a lottery that takes place in a small town. The narrator, Joe, complains that the lottery wasn't fair because some people got to choose their numbers while others didn't have enough time. The film follows the lotteries for several families, and at the end, Joe suggests that they start over because it wasn't fair. Everyone gets angry and starts arguing, but eventually they all agree to start again.
  • 00:15:00 In this short film, an old man and woman play the lottery and discuss the prize. The old man is impatient and wants to finish quickly, but the woman wants to see the prize.

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