This semi-abstract portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy during the immediate aftermath of her husband's assassination is more a showcase for Natalie Portman than anything else. However, history buffs – specifically, Kennedy fetishists – will surely be drawn in. Chilean director Larraín likes taking risks with format: his breakthrough feature No, set in the late '80s, was shot on '80s-era video. This time he and his DP… read more!
Movies Directed by Pablo Larraín (in alphabetical order)
Thoroughly engaging drama that retells Chile's great 1988 political saga, when right-wing dictator Augosto Pinochet - 15 years after overtaking the country in a military coup - bowed to international pressure to make his regime appear "democratic" and thus allowed the public to cast their votes on a simple yes/no ballot: "Yes" meant 8 more years of Pinochet rule. "No"… read more!