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Carolyn See… Lott seems best to me when he sticks to the indisputably real. In "The Issue of Money," a young working couple and their baby become so tormented by the heat in their cramped apartment that they check into a cheap motel for a few nights, except they can't afford it. Their moods swing precipitously: They are on the edge, they know it, but they can't begin to know what's ahead. Most of us have been at that metaphorical place, in one way or another. It's a beautiful story.
— The Washington Post