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Relatos salvajes (2014)

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Six short stories that explore the extremities of human behavior involving people in distress.

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Isabel (segment "Pasternak")
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Profesora Leguizamón (segment "Pasternak")
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Cuenca (segment "The Rats")
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Diego (segment "Road to Hell")
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Mario (segment "Road to Hell")
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Victoria (segment "Bombita")
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Mauricio (segment "The Deal")
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Helena (segment "The Deal")
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Lawyer (segment "The Deal")
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Casero (segment "La propuesta")
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The film is divided into six segments. (1) "Pasternak": While being on a plane, a model and a music critic realise they have a common acquaintance called Pasternak. Soon they discover that every passenger and crew member on board know Pasternak. Is this coincidence? (2) "The Rats": A waitress recognizes her client - it's the loan shark who caused a tragedy in her family. The cook suggests mixing rat poison with his food, but the waitress refuses. The stubborn cook, however, decides to proceed with her plan. (3) "The Strongest": Two drivers on a lone highway have an argument with tragic consequences. (4) "Little Bomb": A demolition engineer has his car towed by a truck for parking in a wrong place and he has an argument with the employee of the towing company. This event destroys his private and professional life, and he plots revenge against the corrupt towing company and the city hall. (5) "The Proposal": A reckless son of a wealthy family has an overnight hit-and-run accident, in ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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We can all lose control

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Rated R for violence, language and brief sexuality | See all certifications »

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21 August 2014 (Argentina)  »

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Wild Tales  »

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$3,300,000 (estimated)

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$85,100 (USA) (20 February 2015)

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$3,079,012 (USA) (26 June 2015)
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Damián Szifrón, the writer and director of the film, wrote most of the tales in his bathtub. He actually said: " The bath is a great place". He even lit some candles and poured himself a drink. See more »

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When the driver of the Audi gets the jack from the trunk to replace the wheel, two film crew members can be seen reflected in the left tail light. See more »

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Abogada Victoria: What the judge won't take into account is the violence that you are using with your wife...
Simón: WHAT VIOLENCE?
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Crazy Credits

In the opening credits of the film, each actor is identified and accompanied by the image of a wild animal. In the case of the director (Szifrón), he chose a fox, the reason is not only because he is red haired: "The fox was an animal that my dad really liked, he always saw foxes documentaries, I think that's why I chose it..." See more »

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Featured in The 87th Annual Academy Awards (2015) See more »

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Aire Libre
Performed by Lucien Belmond
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Absolutely brilliant!
24 October 2014 | by (São Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Revenge is a dish best served cold indeed! Wild Tales has one of the most electrifying openings I've seen and is a very funny, clever, brutal and thrilling film. Director/Writer Damián Szifrón puts together six different stories that all have revenge as their common theme. While some might be more engaging then others, they all have a lot of dark humor and take unpredictable turns. Wild Tales would certainly make Quentin Tarantino proud with its excellent blend of stylized violence and sharp comedy. This is undoubtedly the most fun I had watching a movie this year and I cannot recommend it highly enough!

8.7/10


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