In his first English-language project, Chilean director Larraín’s status as the most daring and prodigious political filmmaker of his generation remains undimmed.
Guy Lodge, Variety
Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband’s historic legacy.
- SAD, Čile, Francuska, 2016
- FEST 45 Gala
- Pablo Larraín
- Noah Oppenheim
- Natalie Portman, John Hurt, Peter Sarsgaard, Billy Crudup
- Toronto, Njujork, Venecija, Hjuston, Denver
- Stéphane Fontaine
- Sebastián Sepúlveda
- Mica Levi
- Jackie s, Why Not s
- 2016 Džeki / Jackie 2016 Neruda 2015 El Club / The Club / Klub 2012 No / No / Ne 2010 Post Mortem 2008 Tony Manero / Tony Manero / Toni Manero 2006 Fuga
Pablo Larraín was born in 1976 in Chile. Along with Sebastián Lelio, he is one the leading film directors of Chile, as well as a major producer. His films are straightforward, generally rather aggressive and violent. He is famous for his portrayal of his country, Chile, during the three notable periods of its national history, shown through the trilogy Post Mortem - Tony Manero - No. A recurring theme in his work is search for identity, while a very distinct angle under which his protagonists are seen and analysed remains its notable characteristic