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This was the most disturbing movie I have ever seen in my entire life. Truly, this is not a movie for the faint of stomach. The thought that a serial killer like Raúl Peralta could be so obsessed with another human being, makes me sick to my stomach. It also makes me wonder how many other people put famous people on a pedestal like he does in this movie. The director, Pablo Larraín seemed to place too much emphasis on nudity, sex, and slander in this film. Is it possible that this is standard for many Latin American films? Better yet, maybe his plan was for this to sharply contrast his personality and the way he acts as himself, and as Tony? Whatever the reason, I believe that the director could have gotten the same message across with less of those disturbing details.
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