This is a delightful, short (one and a half hours), whimsical little tale that seems like it very well could have been based on a true story (a part of me hopes that it was!). Some moments are typical dry British/Irish wit whilst others are sheer hilarity - imagine a scrawny geriatric Irishman racing as fast as he can through the Irish countryside on a motorbike wearing absolutely nothing save for a helmet and goggles plus his boots, for example! Although the main surface subject regards how this very small, quaint Irish town (Tullymore) collectively deals with lottery winnings, THE STORY REALLY IS CENTERED UPON THOSE THINGS WHICH TRULY MATTER IN LIFE (not money). Plus, if you're somewhat the musical type, it has a very nice soundtrack (not "excellent," but "very nice"). The movie opens dramatically with The Waterboys' 1988 "Fisherman's Blues" (which, if I recall correctly, was more of a 90s hit?). The rest is filled with more traditional tunes. Give it a try if you haven't already!