Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Sandor Kardos' Telitalálat (Winning Ticket) is set in Budapest, Hungary, during the 1956 rebellion. Bela (Sandor Gaspar) is a factory worker who lives a drudge-like existence with his family as well as Roszika (Mariann Szalay), an attractive young woman who has been forced to live with them by the local housing officials. The day that the riots begin in the streets, Bela wins the lottery. As he carries his winnings home he becomes part of the protests. His family leaves him, and he eventually fails to hold onto either the money or Roszika, whose motives for being interested in him are less than pure.