Intacto 2002

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The plot gimmick is original, bolstered by stylishly intriguing setpieces.

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Federico (Eusebio Poncela) has a rather unique talent: he can steal the luck of others. For Samuel Berg (Max von Sydow), who runs a lavish casino, that makes him a prized employee. But when Samuel turns the tables and steals Federico's luck, it sets the two at war. Samuel is one of the luckiest people in the world; to get at him, Federico has to find someone even luckier. He finds a candidate in Tomas (Leonardo Sbaraglia), a plane crash survivor who, if he's lucky, might just even the odds.

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  • Mar 16, 2012
    Very fine little thriller. Visually stylish and interesting. It's original and sort of clever. It's not surprising Fresnadillo ended up making English-language film afterward.
    Hugo S Super Reviewer
  • Oct 22, 2011
    This is a pretty damn good movie, one that takes a while to get into but a really good movie nonetheless. The main problem the movie has is that it spends over half the running time explaining the game without ACTUALLY explaining what the game is. The game is so and so but you really have no idea what it is at any point. Eventually I figured it out on my own what the fucking game really was, and then everything finally fell into place and I could really get into the movie. I don't know if I was just completely and utterly retarded this day or whether the rules of the game were just poorly written. I'd like to think it's a combination of both. But the idea is really good and innovative and the story is presented in a completely believable way, and everything feels more important because of it. There's no goofy shit here and everything that goes on in this world matters. So overall, despite some issues at the beginning, this is a very good movie with an innovative presentation. Definitely an underrated movie.
    Jesse O Super Reviewer
  • Aug 06, 2011
    This thriller was first released in Spain during November, 2001, and then internationally on the film festival circuit in 2002. It was directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.It stars Leonardo Sbaraglia, Eusebio Poncela, Mónica López, Antonio Dechent, and Max von Sydow.The film depicts an underground trade in luck; where fortune flows from those who have less to those who have more. Rooted in magical realism, the premise purports that luck can be amassed and transferred as any other commodity.The story follows several participants as they engage in literal games of chance, each one more risky than the last to eliminate the unlucky.With an european art film mood, this film is a surprise with an original screenplay and growing unexpected climax.
    Andre T Super Reviewer
  • Sep 18, 2009
    The interesting premise to this Spanish thriller is that some people are luckier than others, and those with the gift of luck play in a series of secret tournaments where they face off against each other, sometimes for fatal stakes. Max von Sydow, playing a Holocaust survivor, is the luckiest man alive---but can a man who miraculously survived an airplane crash unseat him? The idea of the underground luck circuit, and the strange, ritualistic games they play to determine who among them is the luckiest, is the most interesting thing about it; the rest of the movie is moody, humorless, and distant, and doesn't generate as much suspense as you might hope.
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