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An enigmatic tale of four incredibly lucky people whose lives are intertwined by destiny are subject to the laws of fate. They discover that they cannot afford to be without luck as they ... See full summary »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Leonardo Sbaraglia ... Tomás
Eusebio Poncela ... Federico
Mónica López ... Sara
Antonio Dechent ... Alejandro
Max von Sydow ... Samuel
Guillermo Toledo Guillermo Toledo ... Horacio
Alber Ponte Alber Ponte ... Marido Sara
Andrea San Vicente Andrea San Vicente ... Hija Sara
Jesús Noguero Jesús Noguero ... Cautivo 2
Ramón Serrada Ramón Serrada ... Cautivo 3
Marisa Lull Marisa Lull ... Enfermera Planta
Luis Mesonero Luis Mesonero ... Gerard
Pedro Beitia Pedro Beitia ... Inspector
Jaime Losada Jaime Losada ... Encargado
Susana Lazaro Susana Lazaro ... Cautiva
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An enigmatic tale of four incredibly lucky people whose lives are intertwined by destiny are subject to the laws of fate. They discover that they cannot afford to be without luck as they gamble with the highest stakes possible in a deadly game. Written by OJT

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Rated R for language, some violence and brief nudity | See all certifications »
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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish | English | French

Release Date:

9 November 2001 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Intacto See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$450,444 (Spain), 15 November 2001, Limited Release

Opening Weekend USA:

$7,362, 15 December 2002, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$302,675, 9 February 2003

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,000,000, 31 December 2003
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

The film crew could not get permission for filming from a helicopter in the National Park of "Las Cañadas del Teide", so they used a remote controlled mini-helicopter. See more »

Goofs

The first time we see the Russian roulette 5-bullet variation, in Ucanca, when Samuel picks up the revolver then slides out the cylinder to spin it, he does it in a way that would have caused all bullets to fall off, yet none does. That would have been impossible. See more »

Quotes

Samuel: You wanna play against me? You have no chance. Your gift is not strong enough!
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Connections

Referenced in The Prodigy: Voodoo People - Pendulum Remix (2005) See more »

Soundtracks

Me sobra carnaval
Written by Josele Santiago (as J.L. Santiago), J.M. Pérez, Fino Oyonarte (as J.L. Oyonarte) and Manuel Benítez (as M. Benítez)
Performed by Los Enemigos
© Ediciones Musicales BMG Ariola, S.A.
Satélite Producciones, S.L.
(P) Chewaka / Virgin Record España S.A.
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All in the game
7 January 2003 | by jotix100See all my reviews

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is a Spanish director who dares to be different to show us this visionary tale where chance, luck, passion and possibility are behind the action of this thriller. In doing so, he gets away from the formulas of the other Spanish filmmakers working in the Spanish cinema of today. He belongs to a new bred of creators with a sharp eye for detail and cinematic style.

This film pretends to be a game of wits between Federico and Tomas, who are connected in a strange way to the mysterious inhabitant of the casino, Samuel. Much of the early action is a bit confusing because the viewer doesn't have a clue as to what's going on. The scenery where the casino is located looks as though it could be on the moon, for its bareness and lack of life.

The acting if very good. Leonardo Sbaraglia is Argentina's gift to Spain. He's an interesting actor to watch; he has a very enigmatic look about himself. Eusebio Poncela is very effective as the shadowy figure of Federico. Max Von Sydow brings his royal presence as Samuel, the master player of the game that pits him against all the others that dare come close to him.

This film exudes intelligence and a film script above the mediocrity of what passes as Spanish Cinema these days, thanks to director Fresnadillo and his team.


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