|Three Sad Tigers|
|Directed by||Raúl Ruiz|
|Written by||Raúl Ruiz|
|Edited by||Carlos Piaggio|
Tito has moved to Santiago in search of a better life and works as a car salesman but is unhappy, as his job finds him under constant pressure and scrutiny from his boss, Rudy. One weekend when he must pass Rudy the paperwork which will close a car deal, Tito meets up with his sister Amanda and a stranger called Lucho. During a drunken dinner, they encounter many interesting characters and discuss many topics, including utopianism. This conversation almost causes a fight with a neighboring table of young men who are singing patriotic songs.
The paperwork lost, Tito takes Amanda, who is actually working as a stripper and prostitute, to Rudy so she can 'offer' herself to him in exchange for Tito keeping his job. However, Rudy is angered when he learns of Tito's plan and that he has lost the documents. When Rudy tells Tito to come and pick his sister up, Tito is unable to control his anger and brutally assaults Rudy. The brother and sister then transport Rudy by taxi and leave him lying in the street. The following morning, Tito broods alone as a bolero sung by Ramón Aguilera plays in a café; he then walks listlessly out onto a busy city street.
- Shenda Román as Amanda
- Nelson Villagra as Tito
- Luis Alarcón as Lucho
- Jaime Vadell as Rudy
- Delfina Guzmán as Alicia
- Fernando Colina as Carlos Sanhueza
- Belén Allasio as Chonchi
- Alonso Venegas as The School Inspector
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