A man who assumes the identity of his deceased twin in Argentina.

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Ana Piterbarg

Writers:

Ana Piterbarg (screenplay), Ana Cohan (collaboration)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Viggo Mortensen ... Agustín / Pedro
Soledad Villamil ... Claudia
Daniel Fanego ... Adrián
Javier Godino ... Rubén
Sofía Gala Castiglione ... Rosa
Oscar Alegre ... Amadeo Mendizábal
Sergio Boris Sergio Boris ... Francisco Mendizábal
Alberto Ajaka ... Fernando Mendizábal
Mauricio Soto Mauricio Soto ... Pablo
Nelly Cantero Nelly Cantero ... Carmen
Erica Centurion Erica Centurion ... Abuela de Carmen
Delfina Tamborra Delfina Tamborra ... Hija de Ruben
Lucas Gomez Lucas Gomez ... Hijo de Ruben
Rodrigo Acosta Rodrigo Acosta ... Hijo de Ruben
Carolina Román Carolina Román ... Enfermera Bebé
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A man who assumes the identity of his deceased twin in Argentina.

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Rated R for some brutal violence, language and sexuality | See all certifications »

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Though Viggo Mortensen lived in Argentina for more than 10 years during his childhood, and he speaks fluent "argentine" Spanish, this is the first time he filmed there. His first movie in Spanish was "Alatriste" See more »

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On choice and consequence

A very thorough character study on the subject of choice and responsibility and undoubtedly an acting test for Mortnensen.

A man whose marriage is on the rocks is visited by his terminally ill twin brother who request that he kills him and once the request is granted the surviving brother decides to take his place and his life, especially when the now deceased twin has revealed where he kept his stash of cash.

With his wife in the city convinced he is dead, a new life starts for him but in doing so he is unaware that the deceased twin was in serious trouble, thus finding himself seriously exposed.

One of the more unusual stories, with a ring of originality to it, with the concepts of option and accountability strongly attached on the plot. Mortensen is brilliant and utterly convincing as a man who evades one life of complication to land onto another one.

Although largely below the radar, this is one of the better films of 2013.


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Country:

Argentina | Spain | Germany | USA

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

30 August 2012 (Argentina) See more »

Also Known As:

Everybody Has a Plan See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,759,900
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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