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The Secret In Their Eyes (2009)

First published by Film4

Synopsis: The film that bested A Prophet and The White Ribbon to 2010’s Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. Juan José Campanella directs, co-writes, produces and edits an epic thriller set in… 685 more words

Wild Tales (Relatos salvajes, Argentina/Spain 2014)

Nominated for the Palme d’or and Argentina’s Oscar entry as well as receiving many other nominations and awards globally, Wild Tales has had an extensive release in the UK. 643 more words

Comedies

We Can All Lose Control

On 27th March 2015 an Argentine / Spanish black comedy anthology film, called “Wild Tales”, was released in the UK. Due to the tragic events just three days earlier when a Germanwings plane crash took place in the French Alps, cinemas added a viewer warning, stating that… 486 more words

Film

Wild Tales

Cast: Ricardo Darín, Oscar Martínez, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Érica Rivas, Rita Cortese, Julieta Zylderberg, Darío Grandinetti

Director: Damián Szifron

Writer: Damián Szifron

The film is about as unconventional as it gets. 823 more words

Film

Best Under-the-radar Movies #3: XXY

XXY
Argentina, 2007
Written and directed by Lucía Puenzo
Based on the short story “Cinismo” by Sergio Bizzio

Available to stream on Fandor and Hulu (free with ads) 642 more words

Eye Candy

Wild Tales

Argentina’s entry for 2014’s foreign language Oscar was portmanteau movie Wild Tales, or Relatos salvajes if you’re Spanish or pretentious.

Wild Tales comprises six short stories, featuring a disgruntled explosives engineer, a wealthy driver and a vengeful bride – like in… 255 more words

Reviews

WILD TALES (DIR. DAMIAN SZIFRON, ARGENTINA, 2015) - REVIEW

A brilliant portmanteau picture from Argentine director Damián Szifron (exec produced by Almodovar), Wild Tales is consistently thrilling, hilarious and horrifying throughout its numerous unrelated (but thematically linked) sections that make up the complete film. 385 more words

Argentina