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Wild Tales

(Relatos salvajes)

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Damián Szifrón
Country of origin and year
Argentina/Spain 2014
122 minutes
Rated 15 - Contains strong bloody violence, sex, strong language
Cast: Ricardo Darín, Oscar Martínez, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Erica Rivas, Rita Cortese.

Spanish with English subtitles

Wild Tales lives up to its name and then some, packing six absurdly taut, funny and emotionally charged short films into its running time. The common theme is revenge, and it's delivered with a wicked sense of humour.

A waitress in a late-night diner realises the boorish customer she's serving is the man who ruined her life; a bride discovers her new husband has been unfaithful and improvises payback in the midst of an unforgettable wedding party; on an empty stretch of desert highway a yuppie and a trucker engage in increasingly furious and extreme road games...

Argentine director Damián Szifrón draws blistering performances from a great cast - including the great Ricardo Darín as an executive pushed too far by the municipal parking authorities - and brings it all together with a fresh and inventive visual style.


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