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The 2010 New York Film Festival | PABLO LARRAÍN

The 2010 New York Film Festival | PABLO LARRAÍN

Just home from Lincoln Center after seeing Pablo Larraín’s absolutely brilliant Post Mortem this afternoon. Much like his previous film Tony Manero (and, I learned, the second part of a trilogy that began with Manero) and again starring the unbelievably great Alfredo Castro, Post Mortem is set in September of 1973, during Augusto Pinochet’s coup d’état against the democratically elected government of Salvador Allende. I will be writing my thoughts on the film tonight, but in the meantime, here is a snapshot of Larraín’s Skype Press Conference, moderated by Dennis Lim. It is a nice feature of the New York Film Festival to have these conferences, and I hope they continue as a way of including artists who cannot attend the actual festival press screening. More on the film asap. Off to write…

Pablo Larrín
The 2010 New York Film Festival
September 28, 2010
Walter Reade Theater
New York, NY

(photo by me)

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