Waking Ned Devine

Waking Ned Devine

1998. Comedy by Kirk Jones. United Kingdom, Ireland, France. 1h31m. USA: PG language nudity
'' Stripped of all the Hollywood glitz and special effects, this story gets to the heart the honest...
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Jackie O'Shea (Ian Bannen) and Michael O'Sullivan (David Kelly) are two life-long friends who have a talent for getting into mischief. Big believers in luck and dreams, the two have long obsessed over winning the national lottery. In their sleepy, cozy Irish village, even a wee jackpot would go a long, long way. So it is with great excitement that they read in the city newspaper that someone in Tulaigh Morh possesses a winning ticket. They figure it should be easy to sniff out the winner -- in such a small town no one can keep a secret -- and it should be a breeze to convince the winner to share his or her earnings with such good friends as Jackie and Michael.
Ian Bannen
David Kelly
Fionnula Flanagan
Susan Lynch
James Nesbitt
Paul Vaughan
Adrian Robinson
Maura O'Malley
Robert Hickey
Paddy Ward
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