Visionary director Guillermo del Toro creates a unique, richly imagined epic with Pan's Labyrinth, a gothic fairy tale set against the postwar era of Franco's Spain.
Pan's Labyrinth unfolds through the eyes of Ofelia, a young girl uprooted to a remote military outpost commanded by her new stepfather. Powerless and lonely in a place of great danger, Ofelia lives out her own dark fable as she confronts monsters both otherworldly and human after she discovers a neglected labyrinth behind the family home. There she meets Pan, a fantastical creature who challenges her with three tasks which he claims will reveal her true identity.
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Truly inspirational are two words I can think of to describe this film. Its rare these days to find a film this wonderfully smart and magical. This is a true triumph for director Guillermo Del Toro, who hasn't really shown his talent since The Devil's Backbone. Pan's Labyrinth is a sweet but surprisingly violent tale; the violence however is necessary to the look and feel to the film. Casting is perfect, the makeup of the creatures is very impressive and special effects are not relied upon too much so you never feel like anything is false. If you feel like going on an exciting and magical journey any time soon buy it - but make sure you get the two disc set so you can watch all the great special features.
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