The Ticket

Synopsis: A blind man who regains his vision finds himself becoming metaphorically blinded by his obsession for the superficial.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Ido Fluk
Production: Rush River Entertainment
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
97 min

Come on.

What do you think?

Do you believe this?

Hang on. Let me put my bag down.

Come on.

Well, say something.

What do you think?

This is so strange.

I know.

Aw, I want to see

the silly dance.


Thank you.

We're gonna have

a better life now.

We already do.

Not just my eyes.


Even if it is just your eyes.

I'm gonna get that promotion.

We can go on vacation.

We can get a bigger house.

I like our house.

One with a big backyard.

Take you shopping.

Thank you

for calling millennium realty.

How can I help you?

They say the point is,

in Africa,

when the sun comes up,

you'd better be running.

Good afternoon,

this is rob boucher

from the millennium

real estate corporation.

Is Ms. nepoli at home, please?

Oh, good.

I just want to make sure...

Can you believe this? Really?

When that guy was sitting

at this desk,

he didn't move a single house.

I've been here longer.

I've put many more houses

on the board.

Why is he the boss?

No, seriously.

A simple question.

When that guy was sitting here,

he didn't do squat.

- Okay?

- Bob.



My name is James Harvey,

I'm calling

from millennium realty...

How are you doing today,

Mr. Dixon?

Fine, Bob, how are you?

You're doing a great job.

Thank you.

- Really great.

- You, too.

Thank you.

Am I gonna get my own room?




We have a reservation.

Have any cream on my face?


No, you're good.


- Can you hold this?

- Sure.


Come on!

It's beautiful.

What are you doing in there?

Stop spending time

in front of the mirror.




Oh, I've tried

for a long, long time

tried to find a guy

that I could call mine

a good man, my baby, my baby

is so very hard to find


need someone to love

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