In an isolated and eerie coastal town in Chile, some middle-aged men live with a housekeeper. They live a quiet life with greyhound racing as a common interest. But the fact is, these four priests and the nun are accused of pedophilia and kidnapping of children. Now they live in exile, hiding from the world. But one of their victims refuses to let the crimes remain forgotten. The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Berlin Festival in 2015. Jan Lumholdt in Svenska Dagbladet gives the film a five in rating and writes: "This time Larraín enters the Catholic church's darkest closets to pick up both dirt and some disgusting skeletons. He finds what he’s searching for, shows it with great refinement and also some humor, model pure hydrochloric acid."