Four characters are looking for a man called Castro, but we don't know why. For some mysterious reason, Castro is running. He has left his life behind, and survives by hiding in a room in a small city. He is basically alone, but someone has appeared in his life, Celia. She is young, beautiful, and sometimes cruel.
Pablo Larraín’s “Post Mortem” observes the political turmoil in Chile, from the perspective of a morgue worker, after the 1973 military coup that overthrew the Allende government.
2012-04-10 | By A. O. SCOTT | Read the New York Times Review of Post Mortem