1993 was a time before alternative storytelling was popular in the movies. But the ambitions Twenty Bucks didn’t care. After twelve years, the film is coming to DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Twenty Bucks is the story of one $20 bill, from its birth at an ATM to its final shredding at the bank, and the lives it touches along the way. Among those passing the buck are a prophetic bag lady, an about-to-marry-rich working stiff, a New
Age witch, a struggling writer, a distracted cop, a well-mannered stick-up artist and a hot-headed con man. And while they may be strangers to each other, they do have one thing in common. When they passed the buck, they never expected change.
The film is coming in anamorphic widescreen video and Dolby 2.0 sound along with a director commentary and a cast commentary and featurettes.
Arriving on July 5th, the $24.95 suggested retail price will pass another twenty bucks into the world.