Frostburg State University’s International Film Series will show the Spanish film “Intacto” on Tuesday, April 25, at 7 p.m. in the Lane University Center Atkinson Room. The viewing is free and open to the public.
A group of people who have “the gift” of being extremely lucky play into a world of gambling and superstition. The film begins and ends in the Canary Islands, where ringleader Sam, a holocaust survivor, runs a casino. When right-hand man Federico is stripped of “the gift” by hugging Sam, Federico latches onto Tomas, a sole survivor of a plane crash, and hopes to train him to challenge Sam as an act of revenge. Two others with “the gift” are thrown into the mix in hopes of breaking up this gambling ring.
“Intacto” uses its orchestral score by Lucio Godoy, its plotline and different scenes to create a mood of mystery and intrigue.
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