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In 1944, Ofelia and her mother and her stepfather who is a fascist commander moved to shelter at a remote location. She unexpectedly meets agricultural god, who gave her the task. If she finishes, god will bring her back to her true kingdom.
Actors: Gonzalo Uriarte,
Gonzalo Uriarte
Gonzalo Uriarte 1952, A Coru√Īa, A Coru√Īa, Galicia, Spain
Mila Espiga,
Mila Espiga
Mila Espiga 6 March 1961, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, La Rioja, Spain
Sergi López,
Sergi López
Sergi L√≥pez 22 December 1965, Vilanova i la Geltr√ļ, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Ana S√°ez,
Ana S√°ez
Ana S√°ez 1914, Spain
Mario Zorrilla,
Mario Zorrilla
Mario Zorrilla 1965, Bilbao, Vizcaya, País Vasco, Spain
Federico Luppi,
Federico Luppi
Federico Luppi 23 February 1936, Ramallo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Juanjo Cucalón,
Juanjo Cucalón
Juanjo Cucalón
Lalá Gatóo,
Lalá Gatóo
Lalá Gatóo 22 December 1939, Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Pedro G. Marzo,
Pedro G. Marzo
Pedro G. Marzo
Eusebio L√°zaro,
Eusebio L√°zaro
Eusebio L√°zaro 1942, Cartagena, Murcia, Spain
Pepa Pedroche,
Pepa Pedroche
Pepa Pedroche 18 August 1967, Spain
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Genre: DramaFantasyWar
Director: Guillermo del Toro
Guillermo del Toro
Guillermo del Toro 9 October 1964, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Country: International
Release: 2006
IMDb: 8.2
Quality:
Duration: 118 min
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CRITICS OF "Pans Labyrinth"
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At the Movies (Australia)
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November 12, 2014

[del Toro's] creatures are just wondrous!
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TIME Magazine
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November 26, 2012

This is a fantasy realm so fully and elegantly realized, it might be the adaptation of a classic novel. Yet the source is Del Toro's own capacious imagination.
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Orlando Sentinel
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January 19, 2007

A violent fantasy set during the Spanish Civil War, this magical film from Guillermo del Toro manages that intellectual high-mindedness, even as it resonates on a primal, mythic level.
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Guardian
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November 12, 2014

It's so audacious and so technically accomplished, and arrives here garlanded with so many radiant superlatives, that I wish I liked it more.
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Medium
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April 15, 2016

...all the shivering intensity and satisfying denouement of the darkest Grimm's fairy tale.
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Associated Press
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November 26, 2012

Guillermo del Toro has crafted a masterpiece, a terrifying, visually wondrous fairy tale for adults that blends fantasy and gloomy drama into one of the most magical films to come along in years.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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August 04, 2007

Pan's Labyrinth suggests that fairy-tale violence helps the vulnerable process and overcome real-life conflicts and that real-life violence permanently smashes the soul and the heart.
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Daily Mail (UK)
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November 12, 2014

Pan's Labyrinth isn't a total success, but it confirms that del Toro is one of the few genuinely visionary directors working today. And his best may still be to come.
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I.E. Weekly
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May 15, 2009

Ofelia's smock is swiped from Alice, her faun from Narnia, and her magic book from Harry Potter, Del Toro sets her fairytale apart with its unrelenting gore and misery.
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Financial Times
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November 12, 2014

Bewitchingly bonkers.
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Washington Post
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February 03, 2007

So breathtaking in its artistic ambition, so technically accomplished, so morally expansive, so fully realized that it defies the usual critical blather. See it, and celebrate that rare occasion when a director has the audacity to commit cinema.
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