Murder in Pacot

In the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, a middle-aged Port-au-Prince couple come face to face with the stark contradictions of Haitian society when they are forced to rent out their villa to a foreign aid worker and his enterprising local girlfriend.


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  • ★★★★ review by Kevin Matthews on Letterboxd

    Director Raoul Peck does much better exploring the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti, the devastation and opportunism, in fictional narrative form than in his documentary covering the same subject. An excellent little film.

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