|aThe Pelayos|h[videorecording] /|cuna película dirigida por Eduard Cortés ; guión, Eduard Cortés, Piti Español ; productores, Daniel Hernández, Loris Omedes ; director, Eduard Cortés.
|a[Spain] :|bSony Pictures Home Entertainment,|c2012.
|a1 videodisc (97 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aBased on a true story.
|aSpecial features include: Making of, filmographies, deleted scenes, trailers, spots, videoclips.
|aEditing, Koldo Idigoras ; original music, Micka Luna ; director of photography, David Omedes.
|aDaniel Brühl, Lluís Homar, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Blanca Suárez.
|aGonzalo Pelayo (Lluís Homar) is old but has a dream - to break the bank of casinos and become famous. He comes up with a way to chose number to win at the roulette wheel and convinces his son Iván (Daniel Brühl) to gather a 'family' to bring off his dream. Iván gathers fishmonger Balón (Vicente Romero) and his strange cousins Marcos (Oriol Villa) and Alfredo (Miguel Ángel Silvestre) and together they manage to decipher a legal way to win. Thanks to their simple -, and more importantly, legal - method, the Pelayos were able to win hundreds of thousands of dollars at roulette tables around the world. They broke the banks at casinos across five continents; Amsterdam, Las Vegas, Australia, Paris, Madrid, Macao. Their incredible achievements became legendary, and not only in the casino world. As well as breaking the bank, their legend broke through borders, and they were soon famous the world over. THE PELAYOS is a film full of adventure which shows how ingenuity can transform 'insignificant' people into people capable of bringing down powerful companies. It is a film about lust for life, about taking on the world when you're 20 years old. It's the story of a group of people who find a more fun and exciting way to earn a living than they ever thought possible. They have their goal within their reach and surmounting the challenge will allow them.--IMDb.
|aNot recommended for children under 7 years.
|aDVD; PAL; region 2; Dolby Digital 5.1; 2.35, 16/9.
|aDialogue in Spanish or Catalan; with optional English subtitles.