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NARRATIVE FEATURE | 95 MIN | 2012

AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT

Once upon a time Roberto (Spanish comic José Mota) had a promising career in advertising. But the economy has kept him out of work for a long time, and he's struggling to hide his family's dire economic situation from his adoring wife Luisa (Salma Hayek, as vivacious as ever), who dotes on him job or no job. When his latest interview goes nowhere, his spirit seems irrevocably dampened. Then a freak accident suddenly puts Roberto at the center of a media frenzy. The enterprising ad man hires a snaky agent to help him cash in on his life-or-death situation, but it's up to Luisa to convince Roberto that his life is worth more to his family than financial security.

Cult director Alex de la Iglesia follows up his award-winning The Last Circus with this fresh new step, combining a darkly comic satire with an emotional drama about a family's unconditional love. He beautifully marries the earnest gravity and timeless themes of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman with his own au courant, uniquely sardonic take on sacrifice, morality, and manhood in the ultra-superficial media age.
Film Information
Year: 2012
Length: 95 minutes
Language: Spanish
Country: Spain
Premiere: North American
Cast & Credits
Director: Alex de la Iglesia
Screenwriter: Randy Feldman
Producer: Andrés Vicente Gómez, Ximo Pérez
Primary Cast: Jose Mota, Salma Hayak, Santiago Segura, Carolina Bang, Nacho Vigalondo, Blanca Portillo
Press Contacts

Print Source
Or Handelsman
6 Sales
Phone: 911723734
or@6sales.es

Sales Agent
Marina Fuentes
6 Sales
Alto de las Cabañas, 5 Las Rozas de Madrid, 28231
Phone: +34.91.636.1054
marina@6sales.es
http://6sales.es

Sales Agent
Marina Fuentes
6 Sales
Alto de las Cabañas, 5 Las Rozas de Madrid, 28231
Phone: +34.91.636.1054
marina@6sales.es
http://6sales.es

Print Source
Or Handelsman
6 Sales
Phone: 911723734
or@6sales.es

Sales Agent
Marina Fuentes
6 Sales
Alto de las Cabañas, 5 Las Rozas de Madrid, 28231
Phone: +34.91.636.1054
marina@6sales.es
http://6sales.es

Sales Agent
Marina Fuentes
6 Sales
Alto de las Cabañas, 5 Las Rozas de Madrid, 28231
Phone: +34.91.636.1054
marina@6sales.es
http://6sales.es

Special Note
About the Director(s)
Alex de la Iglesia was born in Bilbao. He made his directorial debut in 1992 with Acción Mutante, produced by Pedro Almodóvar. His 1995 film The Day of the Beast earned him six Goya Awards, and his 2010 film The Last Circus won best director and screenplay awards at the Venice Film Festival.

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