By Emma Simmonds
Ace Chilean director Pablo Larraín delivers a brooding and provocative drama about disgraced priests.
By Ashley Clark
Gael García Bernal takes down a dictator with glossy TV advertising in this brilliant Chilean satire.
By Laurence Boyce
A unique and weird history lesson created by a director whose star is continually on the rise.
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