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The premise of chasing an unreliable, elderly persons’ fortune is one that has been explored this year already in Alexander Payne’s Nebraska – as a film of two men travelling hundreds of miles to chase a million dollars. Well Lance Daly offers his own unique version of affairs, and somewhat more low-key too, as we follow an opportunist Irish family, running aimlessly around the streets of Dublin to recover a mattress that has close to a million euros inside of it. Similarly to Nebraska, though not quite to the same extent, you question whether this stash of money genuinely exists, adding a fun sense of ambiguity to proceedings.

When the young Emma (Kelly Thornton) takes her Nan (Fionnula Flanagan) out for the day, upon their return, the elderly woman finds her middle aged offspring have cleared out her house, throwing away everything they deemed dispensable, regardless of sentimental value. Amongst »

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