Pablo Larraín

"We all live and struggle in our own darkness, and I think cinema has to portray that. Sometimes we do it better, sometimes it works out and it connects with more or less people, but that’s the job: to create a reflection that could go anywhere." - Pablo Larraín, Film Comment

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