We know you’ve got big bucks on tonight’s Sunshine State showdown (go Eagles). But Adam Leon’s film festival winner is the real jackpot. The scene: Taggers Malcolm and Sofia needa get some paper to bomb a stupid-ass apple to be da biggest writers in New Yoke Ciddy. The translation: Two graffitists need $500 for access to spray paint the home-run bouncy fruit that pops out at Mets games. Flicks set in NYC often take the brunt of the streets out on their young characters (see: Kids, Precious, Clockers). But Leon’s two-day odyssey manages to ooze summer in the city — sweaty stoop sitting, subway turnstile hopping, dope smoking and dealing — while maintaining a sentimental charm. Nonactors make up the cast, but the crew has a thespian or two, namely associate producer Lindsay Burdge, who’s earning extra credit in her own festival hit, A Teacher. Soul and gospel tag the sound track: King Coleman, Eloise Carter, and Mosby Family Singers. It’s so good. It’s madness. Watch the trailer below then find showtimes at fandango.com. For on demand availability, go to ifcfilms.com. For more, flip through our must-see movies, GoWatchIt channels, and rentals Roundup.