There is no connection between each tale - each has a separate cast - but they're all vividly depicted and very entertaining. Personally, I could've done without the sight of a man defecating on another man's car, but don't let that put you off. Every story is done with such verve and confidence that it keeps you persuasively engaged throughout. The first tale involving the people on a flight is very amusing and the last, set at a fractious wedding, is a corker - outrageous and unpredictable by turn.
Performances by all are first rate and writer-director Szifron deserves kudos for marshalling the disparate elements with such good humour and bold energy. You'd be foolish to miss out on this grandly enjoyable exercise in one-upmanship and getting one's own back. Terrific.