Be careful what you wish for — especially if there's two of you.
Viggo Mortensen and Viggo Mortensen star in "Everybody Has a Plan," a Spanish-language thriller directed by Ana Piterbarg that looks like a contemporary (and crime-ridden) twist of sorts on the age-old fable of "The Prince and the Pauper."
Viggo plays a man who is unhappy enough with what should be a very happy life (beautiful wife, cute kids, good job) to fake his own death and assume the identity of his twin brother (yep, Viggo again). His self-inflicted "second chance" becomes complicated, however, when he inevitably becomes embroidered in his brother's criminal connections.
The film looks a bit heavy-handed with the symbolism (not only do we see a buzzing beehive, someone mentions it later on, too), but a class act like Viggo makes almost anything he's involved in an automatic must-see. If nothing else, this looks like quite the curiosity piece — and the "Lord of the Rings" star certainly handles the foreign language like a pro.