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Watching how advertising affected the Chilean dictatorship of Pinochet and brought about his downfall in the late 80s in Pablo Larraín’s film No, it’s clear that those behind the ads just might understand our decision-making process better than we do… and it’s downright frightening.

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Post Mortem

Pablo Larraín became fascinated by the little people who got wrapped up in big moments in history, by that history as told through those characters’ eyes. Thus, Post Mortem was born.

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Tony Manero

Looking at Tony Manero, the first film in what is dubbed as Pablo Larraín’s ‘unintentional trilogy,’ it’s clear that the director is not one to shy away from challenging his audience. But in doing so, is he pushing us away too?

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