It is a story about two couples who face after a fight of their children. Shaw Dad can provide more clarity in the matter. It occurs almost in its entirety in the Hall of the House of one of the couples. The protagonists are Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly. Venice Film Festival received with loud applause Thursday the latest film by Roman Polanski, a savage God (Carnage), fantastic story that stands on the shoulders of four huge actors: Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly. Winslet, Waltz and Reilly honored to Polanski, absent from the Festival, to which attributed all the credit in the wonderful result of a movie that works as a watch movement and in which every phrase and every movement is studied to the smallest detail. It is an incredibly complex story in detail, Winslet explained in the press conference for the presentation of the film, which competes in the official section of Venice.
A story about two couples who face after a fight of their children in 11 years. And in which, to develop almost in its entirety in the Hall of the House of one of the couples, makes the work of the actors even more important in other films. The four were very involved from the first day of trials. But we had the help of an extraordinary script, said Winslet, who took the lead singer of the press conference. Two weeks of rehearsals allowed them to take the tone and rhythm that Polanski wanted to give to the movie, something away from the theatrical piece that they all knew each other, besides knowing the small stage in which everything develops to the millimeter. It was a sort of confinement, in a room, but with a lot of people and much equipment, so the use of space was studied to the smallest detail, said Waltz.