Review: Neruda, 2016, dir. Pablo Larraín

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When did Pablo Larraín become one of cinema’s hardest working people? The guy has two movies in theaters right now, and they’re just the second and third movies of his that have graced screens in 2016. The Club is probably the best of the bunch, but I liked his latest, Neruda, a sort-of biopic about Pablo Neruda’s escape from Chile in the late 1940s, much more than Jackie, his second-latest. Or something. (But they’re all pretty good.) I’ve got my full review of Neruda up at Paste Magazine, and I think it’s every bit as poetic as the film itself. Sort of. Not really. Just read it, whatever.

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