Netflix begins filming Pablo Larran’s ‘El Conde’

El Conde

Another Fabula production! A new film will be produced by Fabula, The bloody dictator of Chile, Augusto Pinochet, will be portrayed in the movie as a 250-year-old vampire. El Conde, a dark comedy with a historical theme, by Pablo Larran, has begun production, according to Netflix.

El Conde Movie Plot

The story revolves around Augusto Pinochet who is not dead but an aged vampire who, after 250 years in this world, has decided to die once and for all, due to ailments brought about by his dishonor and family conflicts.

El Conde Movie Cast

Along with performers Alfredo Castro (Tengo Miedo Torero) and Paula Luchsinger (Ema), Jaime Vadell and Gloria Münchmeyer will play the central pair in this historical black comedy.

El Conde Movie Release Date

In 2023, El Conde will only be accessible via Netflix.

El Conde, a Chilean film by Pablo Larran, whose regular collaborator Guillermo Calderón, with whom he has previously collaborated on The Club and Neruda, will serve as executive producer, has officially begun production on Netflix.

Pablo Larran expressed excitement about the new film, saying, We are very happy because Netflix is a place where directors whom I greatly admire have made really valuable movies. Using dark comedy we want to observe, understand and analyze the events that have occurred in Chile and the world in the last 50 years. We have total confidence that we’ll do a good job and it will undoubtedly be an adventure: a demanding shoot, but very inspiring and meaningful.”

Finally, we can work with Pablo Larran as a director, said Francisco Ramos, Netflix’s Vice President of Content for Latin America. Participating in his next movie is truly an honor for us and will undoubtedly bring huge satisfaction to our Members in Chile and around the world. Pablo is one of the most interesting and significant voices in Latin American cinema in the last 20 years; his view on Chile and Latin America are essential to understanding our continent. I have no doubt that El Conde will continue on the path Pablo has blazed with No and Neruda. Continuing to put our faith in Fabula is vital to our growth process in a country as rich and diverse as Chile.”

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