Relatos Salvajes Wild Tales

Relatos Salvajes Wild Tales

About the film

Vulnerable before a reality that can suddenly be modified and become unpredictable, the characters of Wild Tales cross the thin line that divides civilization from brutality.

A story about love deception, the return of the past, a tragedy, or even the violence contained in an everyday detail, appear themselves to push them towards the abyss, into the undeniable pleasure of losing control. Six hilarious short stories combine to form a macabre tango at the gates of madness in this outrageous comedy about the trials of modern life.

The participation of the Almodóvar brothers as producers is no surprise. Wild Tales brings to mind such frantic early El Deseo productions as Labyrinth of Passions and Women On the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.

“A collection of delicious, horrible, scary and scabrous stories from Argentina (...) Szifrón brings off a very difficult trick: making something genuinely funny and genuinely scary at the same time.”

— Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

“The title ain't no lie (...) a mischievously blunt response to a culture of inescapable corruption, economic and social inequality and injustice.”

— David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

“A wickedly delightful compendium of six standalone shorts united by a theme of vengeance (...) the overall enjoyment rarely flags.”

— Jay Weissberg, Variety

“Ideally structured and often wickedly dark.”

— William Goss, Empire

Festivals & Awards Winner: Oscar Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film, Official Selection at Cannes Film Festival, Goya Award for Best Hispano American Film, Audience Award at San Sebastian Film Festival

9 Sur Awards: including Best Film & Director, Nominated for Best Motion Picture & Foreign Language Film at Satellite Awards, Best Foreign Language Film at National Board of Review (NBR), Best Foreign Film at BAFTA Awards, 8 Platino Awards including Best Film, Directing & Screenplay

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