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The Club

Shipped off to a seaside monastery for various venial transgressions, four Catholic priests have their cozy exile soured by charges of molestation and the introduction of a new priest into their clan. Attracting controversy (but also acclaim) for its subject matter (religion and paedophilia) and bursts of black humour, The Club is an incisive, captivating, and utterly damning indictment of unholy corruption. It also confirms Larraín (Tony Manero, No) as one of the foremost filmmakers of his generation.

Tune-in to our film podcast for Andy Willis and Jason Wood’s take on The Club (starts at 03:20):