Already acclaimed for Tony Manero, Post Mortem and No, Pablo Larraín won Berlin’s Grand Jury Prize with this mordant morality tale set in a sleepy Chilean coastal town. Sharing both a large home and a greyhound they’re training to race, four middle-aged men and their housekeeper (discharged priests and a nun) find their quiet lives suddenly disrupted by the shocking violence provoked by a newly arrived lodger.

“The Club is an incisive assessment of the corruption and abuse within the Catholic Church” ★★★★★ Time Out

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