A group of four old friends living together in a big house in the country: diva-actress, her husband, film director, and a film writer. Their odd coexistence is menaced by a young couple who seek to get them to sell the house. Well calibrated, classically structured dark comedy highlights director’s skill in balancing a range of genres. Enjoyably over-the-top dark comedy that is sharp, funny and never dull. The main four characters are well-played with Argentinian golden age movie stars, sadly Marcos Mundstock passed away this April. Weasel's Tale is a remake of Argentinian Jose A. Martínez Suárez’s cult classic Yesterday's Guys Used No Arsenic (1976).