The upcoming Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival opening night showing of the new Jason Alexander movie Lucky Stiff will be brought to you by Levitt-Weinstein cemeteries. And the raffle to benefit the festival will allow two lucky … stiffs to win cemetery plots. By the way, Seinfeld co-star Alexander, whose mom Ruth Greenspan was a longtime Broward resident, is expected at the Nov. 7 showing at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Here’s the deal: Anyone who purchases a $25 ticket that night will be entered in a raffle for “a chance to win a peaceful afterlife gift for two,” the festival’s deadpan news release reads. The two burial plots, at the Beth David Memorial Gardens in Hollywood, are valued at a total of $8,000. Lucky Stiff is based on a 1988 play that follows a British shoe salesman on his quest to inherit $6 million on the condition that he takes the body of his dead American uncle on a trip to Monte Carlo.
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