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Post Mortem

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Time Out says

The latest from Chilean writer-director Pablo Larraín (of 2008 NYFF entry Tony Manero) deals disastrously with the effects of the Augusto Pinochet regime. There are plenty of art-film trappings—an eerily quiet soundtrack, rigorous long takes, even a POV sex scene—but this is as laughably bad an evocation of history as Michael Bay’s Pearl Harbor.

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