If you’ve seen the stellar drama The Secret In Their Eyes, then you already have a few reasons to be excited about Everybody Has a Plan. Not only is Ana Piterbarg‘s feature debut from the producers behind that Oscar winner, but it also stars Soledad Villamil, who is coming back for another drama from Argentina.
The story follows not one, but two Viggo Mortensens as twin brothers who make a deadly pact. The first English-subtitled trailer has arrived today and it looks like a fairly intense, well-acted drama. Check it out below for the film also starring Daniel Fanego, Javier Godino and Sofía Gala Castaglione.
EVERYBODY HAS A PLAN tells the story of Agustín (Mortensen), a man desperate to abandon what for him has become, after years of living in Buenos Aires, a very frustrating existence. After the death of his twin brother, Pedro, Agustín decides to start a new life, adopting the identity of his brother and returning to the mysterious region of the Delta, in the Tigre, where they lived when they were boys. However, shortly after his return, Agustín will find himself unwillingly involved in the dangerous criminal world that was a part of his brother’s life.
Everybody Has a Plan is currently screening at TIFF.
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