Filleann an feall is short for the Irish language saying: Filleann an feall ar an bhFeallaire - Treachery rebounds on the Treacherous (or the Traitor); L'Arroseur arrosé. Two small time Dublin criminals, Don Wycherley and Cillian Murphy, travel to Conemara to do a deal on Poteen. They practice speaking in Irish, the language of the Poteen seller, as they go along. Don Wycherley's character is better at Irish, and corrects the Cillian Murphy character every so often. They stop for a picnic, lose their car keys, get hospitality from an old lady living in a camper van. Cillian helps her out by taking down the winning lottery numbers as they're called out on the television, and by matching them to her numbers ...
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When it is dark and the protagonist's Saab is parked, the reflections of lights can be seen on the bonnet. This is incorrect as the site where they stop is located in a forest and the only other light source is emanating from the camper van on the other side of the car park - too dim and far away to be the source of the lights on the bonnet. See more