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LGM Film Club, Part 161: White Elephant


Last night. I watch the Argentine director Pablo Trapero’s 2012 film White Elephant, about a pair of priests working in the largest slum in Buenos Aires, trying to shield the poor there from the many troubles they face, from police violence to drugs to indifference by the state and the church hierarchy to the poor. It’s not a great film; there’s about 3 too many plot points, but it’s a decent film. It’s primary value is as a sociological film and might be of interest to many of you. Here is the trailer:

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