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Pablo Larrain, Fuga, 2005

Pablo Larraín Focus: Fuga

5 Apr 2016

Larrain’s first feature length film starred Benjamín Vicuña as Eliseo Montalbán - a young classical composer who believes his music is charged with death after a series of traumatic events he goes through as a child. His father eventually sends him to a mental hospital where he finds solace in music.

Ricardo Coppa, a mediocre musician, seeks fame and recognition and looks to finish and ‘rescue’ Montalbán’s rhapsody without realising the dangers of such a feat. Years later, after Montalbán has left the mental hospital and is living in isolation, Coppa tracks him down to apologise for plagiarising his symphony.

Fuga, dir. Pablo Larraín, Chile 2005, 120 mins

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