Viggo Mortensen & Twin Brother in 'Everybody Has a Plan' Trailer

September 11, 2012
Source: TFC International

Everybody Has a Plan

Some sad news came earlier this summer as David Cronenberg said the gestating sequel to Eastern Promises with Viggo Mortensen probably wouldn't happen. However, we can still look forward to seeing Mortensen show up in On the Road, and now the trailer for Everybody Has a Plan, an Argentinian film featuring the actor in dual roles, has arrived. Mortensen plays a man looking to start a new life after his twin brother passes away. The only way to do that is to assume his brothers identity and return to mysterious region of the Delta, in the Tigre, where they lived when they were boys. But there's danger waiting along with the memories he has of his boyhood home. It definitely looks like a truly original film. Watch below!

First trailer for Ana Piterbarg's Everybody Has a Plan from TFC International (via ComingSoon):

Everybody Has a Plan follows Agustín (Viggo 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 finds himself unwillingly involved in the dangerous criminal world that was a part of his brother's life. Ana Pitgerbarg wrote and directed the film playing TIFF now, but it doesn't have a US date.

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Looks like this movie has some... "double impact".

lewinston on Sep 11, 2012


OOOOHH...A prequel to A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE!!! (but seriously I know its not, since A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE was an established IP before the film).

DAVIDPD on Sep 11, 2012


R.I.P Viggo Mortensen, this is truly a sad day indeed. He was such a great actor and influence to acting today.

WiseBoy on Sep 11, 2012



Blargh on Sep 11, 2012


Lol uhhh am I missing something?

Cody W on Sep 11, 2012


what the hell you talking about?

truong18 on Sep 11, 2012



Xerxexx on Sep 11, 2012


My brain exploded with two Vigo's. I'll watch it, but I think Lewinston pointed out that Van Damage did a much higher brow film like this already.

Carpola on Sep 11, 2012


no guys, this isn't "double impact." this is "maximum risk!"

hmm on Sep 11, 2012


Maybe someone's parents would like to see this... some sort of... "parent trap"?

lewinston on Sep 12, 2012


Wow. He can actually speak Spanish. He's a great actor in English and Spanish! Awesome.

blu0ne on Sep 11, 2012


Oo I like it, they didnt give too much away but still piqued interest.

Cody W on Sep 11, 2012


I saw this at TIFF; it's an incredibly slow-moving film (which I typically like but here it is not always in a good way), but there is a tension to it throughout that keeps it afloat. My main problem with it was that the characters' motivations were consistently opaque. Based on Mortenson's own comments after the film screened, this seemed to be one of the aspects of the script that drew him to it. While I agree that it's annoying when every small plot detail is thrown at the audience, I still need SOMETHING. Anyways, worth checking out. Oh, and PS, turns out Mortenson speaks Spanish because he lived in Argentina from 3-11 yrs old.

Mike on Sep 11, 2012


would you say its the road without charlize?

jont on Sep 13, 2012


The road without charlize is just the

Cody W on Sep 13, 2012

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