A black comedy with six stories all rolled into one film, loosely based on revenge, is set to be shown at Louth Film Club on Monday, March 7.
Wild Tales includes reaction to frustrations and lives destroyed based on parking fines.
There is also road rage insults which escalate totally out of control.
A wealthy man covers up his son’s crime, a marriage descends into horror.
Directed by the Argentinian Damián Szifrón and co-produced by Pedro Almodóvar, it also won the award for the Best Non-English Language Film at the recent BAFTAs and wasnominated for an Oscar this week.
Paul Hill, chairman of LFC, commented: “This film is unhinged but also at times uproarious – a little wild, in fact.”
The film starts at 7.30pm at the Playhouse Cinema in Cannon Street. For more films, visit: www. louthfilmclub.com.