Pablo Larraín's Golden Globe nominated film Neruda portrays the Chilean senator and poet Pablo Neruda. After criticizing Chile's government, Neruda is forced to flee the country. Just like in Larraín's earlier film Jackie, he mixes truth with fiction. "From selected biographical facts, he creates a wide-ranging story about art, politics and folklore in a post-war Chile," Jon Asp writes in SvD. Sydsvenskans Michael Tapper writes that Larraín's storytelling is like "a dynamic process, where the power over the memory of the past can shift overnight".