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dir. John Carroll Lynch

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Lucky shows the spiritual journey of a man in his nineties. He finds himself with good health, having outlived his peers, which pushes him to revaluate his life and seek a "revelation." Harry Dean Stanton's latest film (he is known for his work within Paris, Texas, Alien, Twin Peaks) is a tender existentialist fable. In a bar, with Johnny Cash in the background, he reconnects with some of his colleagues that made a difference in his life (in the main character's life and in the actor's life). One of them is David Lynch, in one of the main roles.

Director / John Carroll Lynch Screenplay / Logan Sparks, Drago Sumonja Cinematography / Tim Suhrstedt Editing / Robert Gajic Sound / Michael Baird, Alex Altman Original Score / Elvis Kuehn Production Design / Almitra Corey Production / Ira Steven Behr, Danielle Renfrew Behrens, Greg Gilreath, Adam Hendricks Cast / Harry Dean Stanton, David Lynch, David, Ron Livingston, Ed Begley Jr., Tom Skerritt

Ficción, 88 min.

John Carrol Lynch

Colorado, 1963. Actor and director. He has a vast path within acting. Some of his most memorable roles are seen in "Fargo,","Zodiac," and "Gran Torino." He has an ever changing spirit that has been crowned within the independent movement. With "Lucky," Carroll Lynch debutes as a director, leaving a remarkable impression.


  • 2017 - LUCKY

Festivales y Premios

  • 2017 Festival de Lorcano
  • 2017 Festival de Gijón
    Premio al mejor actor y mejor banda sonora
  • 2017 Satellite Awards
    Premio a la mejor película
  • 2017 Festival SXSW
  • 2018 Festival Internacional de Cine de Nueva Zelanda
  • 2018 AMERICANA
  • 2018 Festival Internacional de Cine de Toronto


“Lucky combines, in equal parts, humor and dramatic intesity (…) Hard to imagine a better tribute to the vast artistic path from the Texan actor.”

– Carlos Bonfil: La Jornada

“The film subtly shifts from a quietly comical character study to a delicate reflection on loneliness and mortality.”
– Jeannette Catsoulis: The New York Times 

“Harry Dean Stanton Gives a Performance for the Ages (…) a wonderful performance, artfully rearranged from the remnants of a lifetime of wonderful performances.”
– David Ehrlich: Indiewire

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