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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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Storyline

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)  »

Also Known As:

Wild Tales  »

Box Office

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$3,300,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$85,100 (USA) (22 February 2015)

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$3,107,072 (USA)
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Trivia

The film's original screenplay is 84 pages long and some of the six tales are featured in different order. It also includes a seventh tale, pretty much shorter than the other ones, called Bonus Track. See more »

Goofs

In the place where Simon's car is parked (Juncal 1311) there is a sign prohibiting parking and indicating that it is a Tow Away Zone, which is deliberately hidden by the awning. ("Bombita" segment) See more »

Quotes

Romina: Shoot this, Néstor.
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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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Referenced in Midnight Screenings: Wild Tales (2017) See more »

Soundtracks

Hallelujah
Music by Kobi Oshrat
Lyrics by Shimrit Or
Performed by Fabiana Feiguelblat and Harry Aldasoro
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What a wonderful idea!
30 January 2015 | by (Russia) – See all my reviews

I went to see this movie hoping to get a brake from Hollywood production. And I did. It was amazing, one of the best movies I've seen on big screen in 2 or 3 years.

Plot consists of different stories which all have one thing in common: they are about revenge. Every single story starts rather boring. At the very beginning I was thinking "What's so wild about it? It is just lame" and by the end of the intro I was like "Holy God! No, they did not just twist it like that! OMG!"

And it gets better. A true masterpiece. I am from Russia so for me it was rather interesting and surprising that Latin America is so similar to Russia. The views, the behaviour of the people, the insanity - all like at home.

You won't regret seeing this movie. Don't take your kid or your grandmother though.


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