In a secluded house in a small seaside town live four unrelated men and the woman who tends to the house and their needs. All former priests, they have been sent to this quiet exile to purge the sins of their pasts, the separation from their communities the worst form of punishment by the Church. They keep to a strict daily schedule devoid of all temptation and spontaneity, each moment a deliberate effort to atone for their wrongdoings. Their fragile stability is disrupted by the arrival of an emissary from the Vatican who seeks to understand the effects of their isolation, and a newly-disgraced housemate. Both bring with them the outside world from which the men have long been removed, and the secrets they had thought deeply buried. The Club is acclaimed director Pablo Larraín’s taut, blackly comic commentary on individual responsibility, organized religion and the combustible combination of the two.
"It’s a terrifically smart film…crucial, thrilling and disturbing."
TIME OUT LONDON
"It’s a surprising and often thought-provoking effort from a filmmaker who has never chosen to take the simple path, confirming Larrain as one of the more genuine talents working in cinema today."
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
"A bold, blunt, yet clinically intelligent film ... it's all at once a gripping thriller, an incendiary social critique and a mordant moral fable."
Chile's Official Selection for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, 2016
Nominee – Best Foreign Language Film, 73rd Golden Globe Awards
Special Presentation – Toronto International Film Festival 2015
Official Selection – Berlin International Film Festival 2015
Winner! Berlin Film Festival – Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize 2015
Official Selection – Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Official Selection – Fantastic Fest
Winner! Fantastic Fest – Best Film
Official Selection – Chicago International Film Festival
Winner! Chicago International Film Festival – Best Director, Best Ensemble & Best Screenplay
Official Selection – AFI Latin American Film Festival
Official Selection – Mill Valley Film Festival
Official Selection – Hamptons International Film Festival
Watch SIBYL on Virtual Cinema!
Lacking inspiration for her new novel, psychotherapist Sibyl (Virginie Efira) borrows source material from her newest patient Margot (Adèle Exarchopoulos, Blue is the Warmest Color), blurring fiction and reality in this sly, sultry character study from Justine Triet. Find SIBYL playing in select theaters and virtually with a local arthouse under “Theatrical Engagements” in the link below.