Thank You Come Again is mosaic of several seemingly unrelated characters all linked to each other and the shop in various ways. As the story progresses we see how entwined the characters become through circumstance. The film begins with a voyeuristic feel as the audience move into a house where an unknown couple are in bed together. They knock a sex toy box to the ground, and a pouch containing blood diamonds falls out.
This cuts to Harry (Jimmy Greeley), a salesman with only a couple of years to go to retirement who has just been sacked from his job. He turns up for an interview for a sales assistant position at the shop. This leads to the introduction of the main trio, Fergus, Mary, and Dillon (John Billy Kennerk, Danii Byrne, and John Sweeney) who are holding the interviews with an array of crazy characters. During the interviews, James (the late Steve Harris) shows up asking for a refund for a sex toy. Unknown to James and the trio, the toy contains the pouch with the blood diamonds. And then priests turn up! Stephen Dunne – Director "We wanted to make a film that would be fun and enjoyable to watch with snappy dialogue and lots of visual comedy. We’re very influenced by the filmmakers Kevin Smith, Wes Anderson, Edgar Wright and Quentin Tarantino in the writing, look and vibe of the film. Also we’re big fans of Irish humour and Father Ted in particular. If there’s a deeper meaning to what the film is about, it’s about the Irish church and it’s effect on human relationships, and the liberation that has followed since we’ve become a more liberal society. The theme of Human sexuality in it’s various guises is also a common theme throughout the film."