Pan's Labyrinth (El laberinto del Fauno)
- 1hr 58m
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The result of the intricate interplay is a fairy tale for adults that is violent, sometimes shocking, yet utterly engrossing. And eerily instructive; it deepens our emotional understanding of fascism, and of rigid ideology's dire consequences.
This is the breakthrough work of one of world cinema's most visionary artists.
The performers are all good with Baquero poised and beautiful as Ofelia and Verdu vital and spirited as the rebellious Mercedes. Lopez gives an extraordinary performance as the bestial captain, an irredeemable villain to rank with Ralph Fiennes' Nazi in Schindler's List.
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- Ivana Baquero
- Sergi López
- Maribel Verdú
- Doug Jones
- Ariadna Gil
- Álex Angulo
- Manolo Solo
- César Vea
- Roger Casamajor
- Ivan Massagué
Did You Know?
- Guillermo del Toro gave up his entire salary, including back-end points, to see this film become realized. To this day, he believes it was worth it.
- In the scene where Ofelia picks up her little brother to take him with her, the baby is crying and making noise but when she turns around you can see the baby is a doll and is not animated in any way.
- Ofelia: My name is Ofelia. Who are you?
- Pan: Me? I've had so many names. Old names that only the wind and the trees can pronounce. I am the mountain, the forest and the earth. I am... I am a faun. Your most humble servant, Your Highness.