Good Vibrations (2012), a film chronicling the life of Terri Hooley, who opened a record store on the most bombed street in Belfast in the 1970s, and who developed Belfast's punk-rock scene, discovering The Undertones
The Closer You Get (2000), a group of frustrated Irish lads from rural Donegal place an advert in the Miami Herald inviting young American women to live in their village, in the hopes of settling down. Everyone knows about the ad, so how will the women at home react, perhaps romance is closer to hand than previously anticipated
Into the West (1992), a fantasy drama about two young traveller brothers Tayto and Ossie who run away on a quest to recover their stolen white horse Tír na nÓg and find the mystical land of eternal youth "Tír na nÓg. Their father, once King of the Travellers, played by Gabriel Byrne, goes on a journey that takes him a poverty stricken north Dublin council estate to the West of Ireland.