By Luke Korem

  • Genre: Luke Korem
  • Release Date: 2017-10-20
  • Advisory Rating: NR
  • Runtime: 1h 25min
  • Director: Luke Korem
  • Production Company: Keep On Running Pictures
  • iTunes Price: USD 12.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
From 16 Ratings


One of the most renowned card magicians of all time, Richard Turner astounds audiences around the world with his legendary sleight of hand. What they may not even realize—and what makes his achievements all the more amazing—is that he is completely blind. Charting Turner's colorful life from his tumultuous childhood to the present, Dealt reveals how through determination and force of will, he overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles to rise to the top of his profession. It's both a tantalizing, up-close look at the secretive world of magic and a candid, awe-inspiring portrait of a man who lives beyond his limitations.




  • Amazing - uplifting and moving

    What a fantastic film... the amazing story of Richard Turner and the dedication to his art. Extremely motivational, emotional, and uplifting... can’t recommend it enough!! Just don’t play cards with him for money!

    By islandprincessmj
    Finally, a beautiful real-life & unique true story, (and life lesson), about a Wizard and his family. Amazing strength, courage, talent and education for us all to look up to. Loved it.
  • DEALT the Movie

    By The Great Throwdini
    I just saw the movie. Why didn’t you tell me I’d cry through the entire thing, not to mention the best closing segment when you won best close up magician. Love you Richard. Best Regards, Throwdini
  • Dealt Gambler

    By yagulito
    This documentary is very inspirational and at times emotional also it a very interesting true story definitely check this documentary Juggalos worth every penny.
  • Fascinating and heartwarming

    By thiefhunter
    An extremely odd talent, the man at the top of it, and the enormous challenges he surmounted to accomplish this and other goals. This is a fascinating peek at card cheating and an intimate portrait of man who can do anything, despite what we call a disability (he calls it an advantage).
  • Great character

    By Ducksrfr
    Turner is such an interesting and warm person, I really loved learning about his life. Very warm and heartfelt documentary.
  • Inspiring True Story, Excellent Film

    By RC Non-Fiction Fan
    After seeing "Dealt" recently on the large screen in a local theater, experiencing the film and its message again was a must. It played well in our home via iTunes with our early-teen-agers who, being a bit unsure of a “documentary about some old card-dealer guy”, were enthralled and we all enjoyed every minute. This is a credit not only to the relatability of the central character but also the quality and fine detail with which this documentary was directed and produced, the way it was written, scenes shot and edited, etc. It’s simply an excellent work of storytelling in cinema that offers a true-to-life message of inspiration and hope beyond its mere entertainment value. You'll find yourself wanting even more of the Turner's and their story, wishing the film could somehow continue because the characters are such endearing, genuine folks. More of this, please, from Director, Luke Korem!
  • Inspiring and Powerful

    By DQuinn720
    Dealt is a very inspirational and thought provoking film. The focus is on Richard Turner, a blind card mechanic who wants to be evaluated on his merits alone, not the fact he is blind. It's a moving story with a powerful ending and a lot of fun along the way. Highly recommend!!
  • Perfect

    By Zendra
    Richard Turner is a perfect card mechanic. There is no person alive that can match his skill with a deck. This movie highlights his skill, dedication, and progression both in magic, and in life. He is truely a living legend of the stage. That being said, the most impressive part of this movie is the dedication from his wife and son. They helped him achieve his greatness, and are the true heroes of this movie.
  • So Much More

    By @Andrewhudson
    What I was expecting was an expose on magic or card tricks; what this documentary is is a tale of a family's battle to reconcile and/or dismiss disease. I highly recommend watching, then implementing his regimented lifestyle and dedication.