Pablo Larraín may have just set a world record. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 40-year-old Chilean filmmaker is the first director to have three narrative features open in the United States in a calendar year.
First came last February's Golden Globe-nominated drama "The Club," about a group of disgraced Catholic priests exiled to a remote group house for sexual abuse. That was followed up during awards season by a pair of unorthodox biopics that disrupted the conventional
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