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Relatos Salvajes | Wild Tales (2014)

Downright hilarious, incessantly fun & delightfully deranged, Wild Tales is one of the finest black comedies to surface on the silver screen in recent years and is a cleverly structured, ingeniously executed & expertly narrated anthology of six standalone shorts, each oozing with heavy dose of creativity, wickedness & macabre use of humour that, despite featuring different stories, forms a consistently thrilling whole and remains a highly enjoyable, wildly entertaining & thoroughly satisfying ride from the very beginning to the very end. 603 more words

Film Review

"The Secret in Their Eyes"

One day in my teens, I was watching a film retrospective on television; during the program clips were shown from F.W. Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece, “Nosferatu.” 837 more words


Toronto: Filmax Closes France, Italy on ‘Truman’ (EXCLUSIVE)

A Disney release in Argentina, “Truman,” with Ricardo Darin (“The Secret in Their Eyes,” “Wild Tales”), has clinched more major sales off its world premiere this weekend at Toronto; with which it has sold more than half the world. 320 more words


Toronto: 'Truman’ Clinches Key Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

Spaniard Cesc Gay’s “Truman” has struck major territory pre-sales ahead of its world premiere Sept. 12 at Toronto.

Major territory deals on “Truman” include Ascot Elite for German-speaking Europe, Australia’s Palace Films, Gussi in Mexico and Pandora for Brazil. 162 more words


Toronto: Miami Fest, Related Group Team on New Argentina Fund (EXCLUSIVE)

As Argentina drives much of Toronto’s early breaking news from Latin America – sales on Pablo Trapero’s “The Clan” and Cesc Gay’s Ricardo Darin starrer “Truman”; a new Lucia Puenzo movie, “Cromo” – the Miami Dade College Miami Int. 574 more words


Toronto International Film Festival: Truman

Two childhood friends are reunited after years without seeing one another. Separated by the Atlantic Ocean, the two friends have made their lives on different continents, but when they meet again it feels like they´ve never been apart. 49 more words

Toronto International Film Festival

Wild Tales

This one is a real blast. It’s the funniest film you’ll ever see, that opens with an achingly serious, revenge crashing of a jet liner full of people. 343 more words