Pablo Larraín: The Collection
Presenting six major features, this set celebrates the work of multi-award-winning Chilean director Pablo Larraín (Oscar-nominated NO and Jackie). Haunting and innovative with flashes of dark humour, these powerfully memorable films frequently confront some of the most traumatic and difficult strands in Chilean history, many of which continue to resonate in the present day.
A musician and composer, haunted by the rape and murder of his sister, descends into madness when he witness a second shocking death.
1.85:1 / Colour | Stereo / Spanish | English subtitles | 107 mins
A chilling portrait of a Travolta-obsessed sociopath whose efforts to win a contest impersonating his cinema hero mirror the brutality of the Pinochet regime.
1.78:1 / Colour | 5.1 / Spanish | English subtitles | 93 mins
A mismatched relationship between a young dancer and a middle-aged coroner's assistant plays out against the terrifying backdrop of the 1973 military coup.
2.66:1 / Colour | 5.1 / Spanish | English subtitles | 94 mins
An Oscar-nominated account of the audaciously upbeat campaign that helped sell democracy to the Chilean people in 1988.
1.37:1 / Colour | 5.1 / Spanish | English subtitles | 112 mins
Four ageing priests, disgraced for crimes both proven and suspected, live in orderly seclusion on the Chilean coast – but their fragile stability is about to be shattered.
2.39:1 / Colour | 5.1 / Spanish | English subtitles | 93 mins
An exploration of the pursuit, the escape, the fugitive existence and the literary legend of Nobel-Prize-winning poet and diplomat Pablo Neruda.
2.39:1 / Colour | 5.1 / Spanish / French | English subtitles | 103 mins
- Number of Discs
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- Dolby 5.1 / Stereo / Spanish / French
- 2 / PAL
- 608 mins