Un Hombre de Acción, commonly known as A Man of Action in Spanish, has an official trailer that has been released by Netflix. The movie, which is partially based on the life of Lucio Urtubia, examines the character of the Spanish counterfeiter who was pursued by America’s largest bank after carrying off a storied operation in Paris. “An anarchist targets one of the world’s major banks with an inventive counterfeiting operation,” reads another account of this. From his beginnings as a bricklayer who transformed into a bank robber to taking the helm of one of the most significant economic pranks of the 20th century, Lucio will have to decide between furthering the anarchist cause and looking out for his personal interests.
A Man of Action, loosely based on the life of Lucio Urtubia, examines the figure of the Spanish anarchist by tracing his journey from the 1940s to the 1980s, from his humble beginnings as a bank robber turned bricklayer to taking the initiative in taking down one of the biggest banks in the world. How? Using a renowned counterfeiting operation in Paris, where he amassed a large sum of money by cashing fake traveler’s checks. starring Luis Callejo, Ana Polvorosa, Fred Tatien, Miki Esparbé, Alexandre Blazy, Ben Temple, Liah O’Prey, and Juan José Ballesta as Lucio. This appears to be a good thriller about a bank robber a la Robin Hood. I can’t help but think of Catch Me If You Can.
On Wednesday, November 30, A Man of Action, a Netflix Original, makes its international debut only on Netflix.
Here is the official A Man of Action trailer straight from YouTube: