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The orphan Adrián Vega has the ability of foreseeing the future and is adopted by the bookseller Samuel. He joins Samuel's group of clairvoyants called Utopia that protects people that will... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Leonardo Sbaraglia ... Adrián
Najwa Nimri ... Ángela
Tchéky Karyo ... Hervé
José Garcia ... Comandante
Emma Vilarasau ... Julie
Fele Martínez ... Jorge
Héctor Alterio ... Samuel
Juan Carlos Vellido ... Ramiro
Rodrigo García Rodrigo García ... Cholo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jorge Bosch Jorge Bosch
Lorena García Lorena García
Juan Pablo Ogalde
Francesc Orella ... Padre Ochoa
Víctor Pi Víctor Pi
Nathalie Poza


The orphan Adrián Vega has the ability of foreseeing the future and is adopted by the bookseller Samuel. He joins Samuel's group of clairvoyants called Utopia that protects people that will make a difference and Samuel teaches him how to control his power. Years later, Adrián fails in stopping a deranged Utopia member from exploding a car bomb and the wife and daughter of the police inspector Hervé are murdered and Hervé is blinded by the glass window. Adrián decides to leave the group, but Samuel convinces him to participate in his last assignment, saving the life of the school teacher Ángela that has joined an evil sect. Meanwhile Hervé is hired by Ángela's mother to brainwash her daughter and bring her back home. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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¿Has tenido alguna vez la visión de tu propia muerte?


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Spanish | French | Arabic

Release Date:

21 March 2003 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Utopia See more »

Filming Locations:

Aranjuez, Madrid, Spain See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Very nice effort fails to deliver at the end
27 September 2004 | by cujo2See all my reviews

Perhaps you know the feeling; scouting your local videostore for a nice unknown and trying to avoid the usual fodder that has been put out by the likes of UFO or nu image to name just a few.

So I grabbed this movie, after putting back 2 others that were indeed produced by the above companies... nowadays a horror fan is always on the brink of starving, not enough films to satisfy the taste.

And it was a pleasant surprise..well most of it. The story involves a man that can see in the future, a school teacher and a policeman that are all linked together. And for most of the running time the suspense and the urge to know where the plot is taking you works very well. Extremely nice camera-work and images, combined with subtle effects build up the expectations and the tension. And this is ultimately where the film fails.

Because in the end there is nothing to show for, no climax, no conclusion , just a dud and that is a real shame cause the film looks very promising.

But in the light of what can be found in your local videostore I can recommend it. It is subtle, very nicely filmed and keeps the attention on an intelligent level for most of the film and that is something you will not get with most of the latest outings in the genre. Just don't expect a good finale.

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