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With humour blacker than Argentina’s finest café solo, this anthology of shorts leaves the viewer with a sardonic after-taste. Our new reviewer Florence Walker takes a look. 663 more words


"Wild Tales": Argentine anthology film appeals to our animal instincts

“Wild Tales” opens Friday at Sundance Cinemas. R, 1:55, three stars out of four.

The six short films that make up Argentine writer-director Damian Szifron’s anthology “Wild Tales” might be episodes of “The Twilight Zone,” with their macabre overtones, twist endings and explorations of the dark side of the human condition. 491 more words

Movie Review

Wild Tales

Loose-limbed, rowdy, outrageous, and unsettling, Wild Tales is a mad, madly hysterical banquet of bad behaviour; a rude, scabrous, and welcome shot of mischief; and a feral, cathartic exorcism of the frustrations of contemporary life. 695 more words


Cinema Review - Wild Tales

Writer/Director Damián Szifrón pulls six short stories together as a feature; all distressing, all funny and all about revenge… 352 more words


Lose Control: "Relatos Salvajes" (Wild Tales), 2014

“Filmáme esto Néstor”

What happens when you are pushed to the limit of an emotional breakdown and decide to hit the gas instead of pulling the hand-brake?

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Review: "Wild Tales"

“I see you’re good at math.”

Argentina’s “Wild Tales” is a blistering six-shooter of verve and savagery; in 122 minutes, writer and director Damian Szifron packs in some of the most original portrayals of unforgiving black comedy I’ve ever seen in a movie. 1,331 more words


Wild Tales (2014)

“I can’t believe this.”

A product of both Argentina and Spain, Wild Tales is an unsettling reverie and one of the most evocative films I have seen in some time. 598 more words