Tag Archives: Pablo Larraín

Film Review: Neruda

Undoubtedly, Pablo Larraín is the most exciting Chilean filmmaker working today. He has been carving his mark in the contemporary world cinema through beautiful artistic works such as “Tony Manero”, “Post Mortem”, “No”, and “The Club”. Last year, he filmed … Continue reading

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The Dilemma of “Jackie”: Beautiful to Behold, Unbearable to Watch

Jackie (Pablo Larraín, 2016) 1 out of 4 stars We first meet her in close-up, shot in muted grays and blues, with a series of oddly centered compositions, smoking, walking, and then greeting a journalist – never named, but clearly Theodore White – … Continue reading

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