Chilean director Pablo Larraín has been hailed as one of the most ambitious, iconoclastic, daring political filmmakers of his generation. His films include No, a drama about the 1988 plebiscite that brought an end to the Pinochet era; Tony Manero, about a man obsessed with John Travolta’s character from Saturday Night Fever; and The Club, a drama about disgraced priests. He’s also one of the hardest-working directors in the business, with two major releases out before Christmas. First up is Fox’s Jackie, followed by Neruda.
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