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Director  Eduard Cortes
Initial DVD release  December 5, 2012 (Japan)
5.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Drama
Music director  Micka Luna
Country  Spain
Winning Streak (film) movie poster
Language  Spanish French Mandarin
Release date  21 April 2012 (2012-04-21) (Malaga)
Writer  Eduard Cortes, Piti Espanol
Cast  Daniel Brühl (Iván Pelayo), Lluís Homar (Gonzalo Pelayo), Blanca Suárez (Ingrid), Sonia Casademont (Aurora), Hui Chi Chiu (Shui), Eduard Fernández (La Bestia)
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Winning Streak (Spanish: The Pelayos) is a 2012 Spanish comedy-drama film directed by Eduard Cortés. It stars an ensemble cast that includes Daniel Brühl, Lluís Homar, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Eduard Fernández and Blanca Suárez. It is based on the exploits of the García-Pelayo family.


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The film premiered on 21 April 2012 at the 15th Málaga Film Festival.

Winning Streak (film) movie scenes

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Winning Streak (film) movie scenes

Gonzalo García Pelayo (Lluís Homar) has been trying for years to work out a system to legally win money in a local casino, which is run by the infamous The Beast (Eduard Fernández). When he realizes he has succeeded in doing so, using a system based on wheel bias, he drags his family in to help — son Iván (Daniel Brühl), daughter Vanessa (Marina Salas), their cousins Marcos (Oriol Vila) and muscle-bound Alfredo (Miguel Ángel Silvestre), and family friend Balón (Vicente Romero).

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Driven by Ivan’s desire to give his father a decent old age, the gang sets to work, at first unsuccessfully. But when they start winning, the Beast’s suspicions are aroused, and he puts a private detective onto them. Alfredo compromises the plan by getting involved with croupier Ingrid (Blanca Suárez), who is summarily fired by the Beast. Next, Iván starts a romance with Chinese wild girl Shui (Hui Chi Chiu), whose friends turn out to be quite handy later on.


Winning Streak (film) movie scenes
  • Daniel Brühl as Iván
  • Lluís Homar as Gonzalo García Pelayo
  • Miguel Ángel Silvestre as Alfredo
  • Eduard Fernández as The Beast
  • Oriol Vila as Marcos
  • Vicente Romero as Balón
  • Blanca Suárez as Ingrid
  • Marina Salas as Vanessa
  • Huichi Chiu as Shui
  • Release

    Winning Streak (film) movie scenes

    Winning Streak premiered at the 15th Málaga Film Festival on 21 April 2012, and began its theatrical run in Spain on 27 April 2012. The film was also released in theatres in Russia and Poland, and in Canada it was shown at both the Ottawa European Union Film Festival—on 16 November 2012—and the Vancouver European Union Film Festival on 23 November 2013. It was released straight-to-DVD in Brazil, Germany, Greece and Japan.

    The film was on the program of the 2014 edition of Thailand's EU Film Festival, shown in the cities of Khon Kaen, Chiang Mai and Bangkok. Advertised as The Pelayos, the film was one of seven films that were shown in all three cities.

    Critical response

    The film received mixed to negative reviews from film critics. Jonathan Holland of the Variety wrote, "Ocean's Eleven tries to become a Hispanic Magnificent Seven in Winning Streak a disappointingly straight-ahead take on one family’s high-risk attempt to get rich by beating the casinos. Despite its terrific real-life storyline, a couple of fine perfs and slick visuals, the pic stumbles in its eagerness to please all comers, failing to generate much real tension and leaving its characters as flat as poker chips". Sonia Sanz of criticized actors Daniel Brühl, Lluís Homar, Oriol Vila, Eduard Fernández and Blanca Suárez for their "underwhelming" performances, and called the film itself "disappointing". Emilio Luna of the El Antepenúltimo Mohicano gave the film a rather negative review and awarded it with four out of ten stars.

    In a more positive review of the film, Patrick Mullen of wrote, "Brühl and Homar’s work is worth noting since they manage to draw out characters that don’t seem to be part of the film’s thin script. [...] Winning Streak is a fun little caper all the same, slight as it may be. Winning Streak probably won’t break the bank, but it should at least break even", and gave the film three out of five stars.


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