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  • Lisa Hunter Raffaelli

    El Laberinto Del Fauno... Pan's Labyrinth - Guillermo del Toro

  • Laura

    "Pan's Labyrinth", from Guillermo del Toro. 11.04.2014 I really loved this movie, tells us so much about imagination, about the power of it... I love how the tragic reality and Ofelia's world intertwine. Heartbreaking.

  • Danielle Cormier

    Ofelia from Guillermo del Toro's film "Pan's Labyrinth (El Labertino del Fauno)" about to tumble down her own rabbit hole.

  • Sarah VilaCruz

    Pan's Labyrinth. This movie captures the imagination and reminds you of a time when, as kids, anything seemed possible, even fairy tales.

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