The Club (2015)
A group of priests of various ages lives together with Mónica, a nun, in a house on the Chilean coast. When they are not praying and atoning for their sins, they train their greyhound for the next race.
It Was The Son (2012)
A dysfunctional family struggles to survive in a challenging environment, but might wealth make things even worse?
Karnawal (2020)
A teenage malambo dancer finds his life complicated by the arrival of his long-incarcerated dad.
Los Perros (2017)
A woman embarks on an affair with a colonel suspected of human rights abuses.
Museum (2018)
Two students break into the national museum in Mexico City and escape with precious artefacts. A road movie.
Neruda (2016)
Story of the Nobel prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda, who becomes a fugitive in his homeland.
No (2012)
Gael Garcia Bernal stars as a Chilean adman trying to organize a campaign to unseat Pinochet in Pablo Larraín’s smart, engrossing political thriller.
Post Mortem (2008)
A mortuary worker begins an unlikely romance with a burlesque dancer against the backdrop of Chile's 1973 military coup.
Rojo (2018)
Violence is sparked on the eve of Argentina's dictatorship.
Some Beasts (2019)
A family enthusiastically disembarks on a deserted island on Chile’s southern coast with the dream of building a tourist hotel. When the man who brought them across from the continent disappears, the family is trapped.
Tony Manero (2008)
The story of a psychotic fiftysomething and his obssession with John Travolta's character in Saturday Night Fever.
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