The image of the day: the delusional interrogation in A fish called Wanda

“A Fish Called Wanda” is a humorous film directed by Charles Crichton, released in 1988. The scenario evokes the actions of four thugs who carry out an armed robbery and steal diamonds. Throwback to one of the cult scenes!

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The film A fish named Wanda follows a real broken arm band, we find in the cast Jamie Lee Curtis, John Cleese, Kevin Kline, Michael Palin, and Stephen Fry among others. The delirious scenario of the film is as follows:

Attorney Archie falls in love with Wanda, a rather sexy thief. She has such an effect on him that he is ready to splurge for her. But, to make matters worse, Wanda is already using her charms with her accomplice, Otto, a moron and a genuine intellectual psychopath who believes that the London Underground is a political movement! For his leaves, Otto glares at his henchman, Ken, an animal lover yet a serial dog killer who is madly in love with a fish… named Wanda. Do you see the table?

Our image of the day above is an excerpt from the film illustrating the cult interrogation scene. Otto shoves fries up Ken’s nose for each wrong answer on Thus spake Zarathrousta of Nietzsche. For his performance, actor Kevin Kline received Oscar for Best Supporting Actor male in 1989!

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