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The ClanBased on a horrific true story and already breaking box-office records in Argentina, the movie tells the true story of the Puccio Clan, a family from Buenos Aires that kidnapped four people, three of whom they murdered, in the 1980s.
Actors of "The Clan"
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Directors of "The Clan"Pablo TraperoBirthdate: 4 October 1971, San Justo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Creators of "The Clan"Julian LoyolaEsteban Student
Critic Reviews of "The Clan"Time OutSeptember 13, 2016
Pablo Trapero recalls the case in gruesome, macabre detail, exploring it with energy and elan.Arizona RepublicApril 21, 2016
Some of the movie's political shadings about Argentina in the early '80s may not quickly resonate with American viewers. Still, it's impossible not to be drawn into the unnerving world of the Puccios.Boston GlobeApril 01, 2016
A mordant if unwieldy thriller examining how evil not only becomes the norm, but a virtue.San Francisco ChronicleMarch 31, 2016
It's a testimony to the skill of Francella and the filmmaker how much this movie transcends a history lesson.Globe and MailMarch 25, 2016
Even if your knowledge of Argentina's political history is wanting, The Clan is still worth seeing.Toronto StarMarch 24, 2016
Trapero has crafted a compelling tale about the tragic price of unquestioning loyalty.Film ExperienceJanuary 02, 2017
This is often an unpleasant and chilling watch, but the performances are strong.New Zealand HeraldOctober 13, 2016
Director Pablo Trapero exercises a cool restraint in his portrayal of this diabolical domesticity.Sight and SoundSeptember 23, 2016
The inclusion of archival footage of Alfonsín and General Galtieri is not only part of Trapero's attention to period detail but also serves to contextualise the film within a wider culture of memory politics.Irish TimesSeptember 23, 2016
The familiar beats of the crime saga ... are all present and correct. But the dark political and societal subtext makes for a new, discombobulating sensation.
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