With Chilean director Pablo Larraine's Berlinale-winning The Club in cinemas now, what better time to dive back into this acclaimed director's back catalogue. Handily, the ICA have programmed a retrospective of his work, including The Club, which you can see reviewed here.
- Pablo Larraín Focus: Tony Manero
1 Apr 2016
Tragic, blackly humorous and utterly compelling, Tony Manero is a brave, multi-layered thriller that confronts one of the darkest chapters in modern Chilean history.
- Pablo Larraín Focus: The Club
2 Apr 2016
A powerful drama that follows four priests who live together in a secluded house in a small, seaside town.
- Pablo Larraín Focus: Post Mortem
2 Apr 2016
Post Mortem tells the story of an apparently insignificant and charmless couple, living through one of Chile’s darkest periods - 1973’s military coup.
- Pablo Larraín Focus: No
3 Apr 2016
Based on a true story, NO stars Gael Garcia Bernal as cynical young advertising executive Rene Saavedra, who is asked to spearhead the “No” campaign for those opposing the Pinochet regime to bring democracy to Chile.
- Pablo Larraín Focus: Fuga
5 Apr 2016
Larrain’s first feature length film follows a young classical composer who believes his music is charged with death after a series of traumatic events he goes through as a child.