Ricardo Darin spoke from Mar del Plata (Argentina) with a national television, after learning the news that "Wild Stories" had been nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Film.

"I'm very hoarse, I can not talk much. Everybody gets so happy I can not help but join. Me too gives me great joy, is a demonstration of the extraordinary road that is making this film since it appeared," said the actor.

And despite having to care for your voice to the work Scenes from a Marriage, starring alongside the also nominated Erica Rivas, he added: "I do not know what will happen, I just woke up and I have a fan inside the head the number of calls and messages ... This is wonderful for the whole film crew to the actors and especially for Damian and for producing a very brave card is played with a film of this nature "

Ricardo Darin already has a statue to his credit, after the consecration of The Secret in Their Eyes.

Can he repeat his luck?

This film has already become the most watched in the history of Argentine cinema. And I had million tickets sold in other countries

Stories Wild is a Spanish-Argentina written and directed by Damian Szifron film, an anthology of six short black comedy and drama, including an ensemble cast consisting of Ricardo Darin, Oscar Martinez, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Erica Rivas, Rita Cortese, Julieta Zylberberg and Darío Grandinetti. It was produced by Hugo Sigman through its producer Kramer & Sigman Films and co-produced by Agustín Almodóvar and Pedro Almodóvar.

Now Argentine cinema arrives for the seventh time to the gala Hollywood, as it did in 1974 (with the truce, Sergio Renan), in 1984 (with Camila, Maria Luisa Bemberg), in 1985 (with The Official Story by Luis Puenzo, which won) in 1998 (with Tango, Carlos Saura), in 2001 (with son of the Bride, Juan José Campanella) and in 2009 (with the Secret in Their Eyes, also Campanella which earned the country its second golden statuette)