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The Clan (IN TRANSLATION SERIES)
- Director: Pablo Trapero
- Genre(s): Biography, Drama, Thriller, Crime
- Rating: R
- Running Time: 110 min.
This film is part of our In Translation series of recent foreign language films of note.
Synopsis: On the surface the Puccios live like most families. Arquímedes (Guillermo Francella) presides over a modest household where his wife, sons, and daughters gather most evenings over home cooked meals to discuss their days. Eldest son Alejandro (Peter Lanzani) is a star rugby player who is manipulated into helping his father carry out the meticulously planned abductions. But when kidnapping turns to murder, Alejandro must finally face the truth that his father, his hero, is a cold-blooded killer.
In Translation Series
May 29 & 30 - Embrace of the Serpent
June 5 & 6 - Cemetery of Splendour
June 12 & 13 - Rams
June 19 & 20 - Sweet Bean
June 26 & 27 - The Clan
"Unsettling and bizarrely humorous, The Clan is the sort of film that ups the ante of any movie that dares open with those dreaded five words: Based on a true story."- Alonso Duralde, TheWrap
"Francella and Lanzani are excellent, not only in their charged moments together, but throughout this nervy and provocative picture."- Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times
"Trapero reveals the ways in which truth can be much stranger, more tragic and confused, than fiction."- Julia Cooper, The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
"Argentine powerhouse Pablo Trapero (“Carancho,” “White Elephant”) takes a case so upsetting many refused to believe it was possible and retells it in ghastly detail from the p.o.v. of the perpetrators in The Clan, a muscular, Hollywood-style account of the Puccio fiasco. "- Peter Debruge, Variety