Millions

Millions
Millions

Year

2004

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Seven-year-old Damien and his nine-year-old brother Anthony have an interesting problem on their hands - a bag containing £265,000 has dropped into their lives, and with only a few days left before the British pound is replaced forever by the Euro, they only have one week to spend it, give it away, or try to return it to its owners. What the boys do with the cash, and how they feel about their sudden fortune, makes for a thought-provoking film full of hilarity, excitement and unexpected twists and turns.

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