WR032 – Dark Comedy and Revenge in “Wild Tales” Review

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“Wild Tales” is not only the biggest indigenous hit in Argentina’s history, but also puts the world on notice that a filmmaker named Damián Szifrón is out there making some of the most blackhearted, hysterical cinema imaginable. In this episode we also look back at Lucrecia Martel’s film “La Ciénaga” (2001), a movie often described as Chekhov in contemporary Argentina.

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