Millions (a lottery story) follows the lives of six different big money winners to show how dramatically life-changing the experience can be for the average person. From the farms of the Midwest and the heart of the Bible belt to the hurricane-riddled retirement communities of South Florida, Millions documents the stories of personality and material wealth. The film examines fame, growing old, the plight of the small farmer, and the role of evangelical Christianity in contemporary society. Millions paints a picture of how extraordinary circumstances can deeply affect one's identity, and tells a story of luck, loss and redemption.
A documentary about six different people with several million things in common.