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Film Review - The Club


In 2012’s “No,” writer/director Pablo Larrain delivered an original take on political commentary, using technical creativity and dramatic passion to articulate a specific moment in time, lightened to a degree by the intricacies of creating propaganda. “The Club” emerges with a far more sobering reality, sinking its teeth into the plague of corrupt Catholic priests and church officials who refuse to take responsibility for unpardonable sins. It’s powerful work, with richly detailed performances that cover a full range of insidious behavior. “The Club,” while not without serious pacing problems, also reinforces Larrain’s unique vision and his ability to understand disease in subtle forms. Read the rest at


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