I'm not quite sure why it took me a few years to get round to watching this film. Once is the story of a busker in Dublin who meets a big issue seller who persuades him to fix her vacuum cleaner. When he hears her play piano he can't take his eyes off her and they spend a week together making music.
It is a short but sweet film, apparently 60% of which is just music, so it could perhaps be seen as a modern-day musical. However the only thing I found whilst watching was that the songs didn't seem to grow on me and some seemed perhaps a little overblown. Did anyone else find this too?