Cast : Gael García Bernal, Luis Gnecco, Alfredo Castro,Pablo Derqui
Producer(s) or Production Company : Juan de Dios Larraín/Fabula, Funny Balloons, AZ Films, Setembro Cine
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Pablo Larraín

Born in Santiago in 1976, Pablo Larraín is, along with Sebastián Lelio, Chile’s greatest movie director as well as a major producer (through his Fabula company). Not for the weak-hearted, his films are straightforward, generally aggressive and interspersed with violence. They paint a hard-hitting portrait of his country, Chile, notably in a trilogy covering fifteen years of national history from 1973 (the last days of Salvador Allende’s presidency in Post Mortem (2010)) to 1978 (the height of General Pinochet reign of terror in Tony Manero (2008)) to 1988 (the last days of Pinochet in No 2012)


Pablo Larraín (The Club, No, Tony Manero) weaves an engrossing metafictional fable around the 1948 manhunt for celebrated poet and politician Pablo Neruda, who goes underground when Chile outlaws communism and is pursued by an ambitious police inspector (Gael García Bernal) hoping to make a name for himself by capturing the famous fugitive.

Chile | Argentina | France | Spain | USA

Nominations / Awards

Won- 2016 Fenix Awards- Best Picture, Best Editing

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