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Everybody Has a Plan (2012)

Todos tenemos un plan (original title)
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A man who assumes the identity of his deceased twin in Argentina.

Director:

Ana Piterbarg

Writers:

Ana Piterbarg (screenplay), Ana Cohan (collaboration)
4 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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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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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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Argentinian actor Ricardo Darín was supposed to play a role in the film but passed on the role. See more »

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Pretty tight slowburning Spanish noir
14 June 2015 | by movies-by-dbSee all my reviews

A nice brooding noir kind of mystery thriller. Pretty original and effective in the Spanish language, though it probably would work very well somewhere in the marshy backlands of America. It's just a nice tight story.

A couple of small time crooks with a common past make the mistake of doing their "bussiness" within their one very tightknit community. This goes wrong and turns pretty volatile as this outback, marshland community is used to dishing out it's own justice among it's inhabitants. Agustin steps into his brothers shoes and a world that is far more scary and anxious then the one he has desperately tried to flee.

A great film with some beautiful photography and nice mounting tension, but as i mentioned, it could have played out almost anywhere. When I watched it I (obviously) thought it was Spanish, I found out after that it's Argentinian. This doesn't really show anywhere. It's in fact a pretty small film, as small as it's tightknit community.

Nice, but weird, to see Viggo Mortensen in this role. He plays it perfectly but it's still slightly distracting to me. Supporting cast is good too, particularly "Baby" and 'best' friend "Adrian". The only role that didn't really impress was the wife "Claudia". It was either her acting or the maybe less believable role she has to play, just not entirely convincing.

All in all a good low key, slowburning thriller. Bit of mystery, bit of tension and a bit of yearning. Remade, with some gunfights and explosions, this would probably turn into a "Homefront" type of movie, so let's just leave it as it is. 7/10


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Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

30 August 2012 (Argentina) See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,759,900
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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