At La Croisette, New Europe caught up with Pablo Larrain to ask him about his film “Neruda”, which was screened during the Director’s Fortnight at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. The film is about the flamboyant life of the Chilean writer and poet Pablo Neruda, as seen through a legendary chase by a young and ambitious police officer.
From the Chilean capital of Santiago, Larrain is an award-winning filmmaker. In 2010 he screened his film “Post Mortem” at the Venice Film Festival. In 2015, his ...
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