'Millions' Shows a Lighter Side of Director Boyle Danny Boyle, a director known for taking on dark subjects in films such as Trainspotting and 28 Days Later, lightens up a bit with Millions. It's the story of a gym bag full of stolen money, found by two boys who try to put it to generous uses. Boyle discusses the film and his change in tone.
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'Millions' Shows a Lighter Side of Director Boyle

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'Millions' Shows a Lighter Side of Director Boyle

'Millions' Shows a Lighter Side of Director Boyle

'Millions' Shows a Lighter Side of Director Boyle

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Danny Boyle, a director known for taking on dark subjects in films such as Trainspotting and 28 Days Later, lightens up a bit with Millions. It's the story of a gym bag full of stolen money, found by two boys who try to put it to generous uses. Boyle discusses the film and his change in tone.

Alexander Nathan Etel, surrounded by floating dollars, in a detail from the poster for 'Millions.' Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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