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The Club (2015 film)

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Director  Pablo Larrain
Music director  Carlos Cabezas
Country  Chile
7.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Running time  1h 38m
Language  Spanish
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Writer  Guillermo Calderon, Daniel Villalobos, Pablo Larrain
Release date  9 February 2015 (2015-02-09) (Berlin)
Screenplay  Pablo Larrain, Guillermo Calderon, Daniel Villalobos
Cast  Roberto Farías, Antonia Zegers, Alfredo Castro, Alejandro Goic, Alejandro Sieveking, Jaime Vadell
Similar movies  The Pearl Button (2015), Ixcanul (2015), 45 Years (2015), Aferim! (2015), Pablo Larrain directed The Club and Tony Manero

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The Club (Spanish: El Club) is a 2015 Chilean drama film directed, co-produced and co-written by Pablo Larraín. It was screened in the main competition of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Jury Grand Prix. It was selected as the Chilean entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.


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Four retired Catholic priests share a secluded house in the outskirts of a small Chilean beach town, under a vigilant female caretaker who used to be a nun. The four men are there to discreetly purge their sins and crimes (child abuse, baby-snatching for adoptions, whistleblower, etc.). They are not permitted to mingle with the townsfolk and are only allowed to be out during early morning and late night. Their only hobby is breeding a race dog and entering into competitions. This changes for them when a new priest arrives and a victim of his child abuse follows him. This results in the priest committing suicide. Subsequently a new spiritual director arrives and their life and their routine is disrupted.


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  • Alfredo Castro as Padre Vidal
  • Roberto Farías as Sandokan
  • Antonia Zegers as Madre Mónica
  • Marcelo Alonso as Padre García
  • Alejandro Goic as Padre Ortega
  • Jaime Vadell as Padre Silva
  • Alejandro Sieveking as Padre Ramírez
  • José Soza as Padre Lazcano
  • Francisco Reyes as Padre Alfonso
  • Gonzalo Valenzuela as Gonzalo, surfer 1
  • Diego Muñoz as Diego, surfer 2
  • Catalina Pulido as Cata, surfer girl
  • Paola Lattus as fishseller
  • Erto Pantoja as greyhound trainer 1
  • Felipe Ríos as greyhound trainer 2
  • Reception

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    The film was well received, with The Guardian giving it five stars and said Pablo Larraín was "at his most masterful". Variety called it "an original and brilliantly acted chamber drama in which Larrain’s fiercely political voice comes through as loud and clear as ever".

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    On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an 87% score based on 77 reviews, with an average rating of 7.8/10. The site's consensus states: "The Club finds director Pablo Larraín continuing to pose difficult questions while exploring weighty themes -- and getting the most out of a talented cast." Metacritic reports a 71 out of 100 score based on 22 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".


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