#1
Just watched it, what did you guys think of it? it was a little sad , but the ending was open to interpretation which is always good
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Aw damn, I wanted to watch that.
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Great movie.
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#5
I enjoyed it, I kind of predicted the third task being something to do with the newborn brother... which sucked, but yeah I'm glad the end was kind of open.
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#6
it was sweet, i have one question about it though...

is it only in spanish or is there an english version of it?

i ended up watching the spanish version with english subtitles. it was still an awesome movie though, they spoke pretty.
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#7
Amazing movie.
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#8
It's quite a good film. I wouldn't have minded seeing more of the fantasy side of the story though. I really liked the idea of the character "Pan".
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It's quite a good film. I wouldn't have minded seeing more of the fantasy side of the story though. I really liked the idea of the character "Pan".


it's from greek mythology.

half man, half goat.

that thing had part tree in it though haha
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I really liked the idea of the character "Pan".

Who the heck was Pan exactly? I didn't get that entirely.

EDIT: The Fauna? Imdb doesn't list "Pan" in the character list...
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well i loved the movie and the loli was enjoyable. btw i think pan is supposed to be the devil.
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it's from greek mythology.

half man, half goat.

that thing had part tree in it though haha



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#14
ah yes, i watched it again tonight.

it always makes me cry, its so sad yet beautiful too.
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The Childeater is excellent as well. Fantastic concept with the eyes located on the hands. Creepy as hell.


Yeh man, he was tripping
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btw i think pan is supposed to be the devil.

What...the.... does it help if you watch the film more than once by any chance?
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I love it. I saw it at the cinema when it first came out. Nobody else did. Slowly, more and more people I knew saw it, until tonight at least 5 Facebook statuses have changed to "watching Pan's Labyrinth".
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i watched it over the summer

i was like WTF spanish?
and i just turned it off after like 3 minutes
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it was sweet, i have one question about it though...

is it only in spanish or is there an english version of it?

i ended up watching the spanish version with english subtitles. it was still an awesome movie though, they spoke pretty.
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Who the heck was Pan exactly? I didn't get that entirely.

EDIT: The Fauna? Imdb doesn't list "Pan" in the character list...
As far as I can tell there is no Pan, the real title of the film is "El Laberinto del fauno" or "The Labyrinth of the Faun". He is just "The Faun". One of those sent by the King and Queen to find their daughter in the real world. Or just a figment of little Ofelias imagination.

One of the great things about the film is you don't know if the supernatural stuff is "real" or just Ofelia's overactive fairytale loving imagination.
#21
I think i might have seen it a very long time ago... i cant remember, i think i was very wee at the time, if im thinking of the right movie
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Who the heck was Pan exactly? I didn't get that entirely.

EDIT: The Fauna? Imdb doesn't list "Pan" in the character list...


The Spanish title is something like "El Labyrinto del Fauno" (the faun's labyrinth), so Pan must be the faun.

Edit: Dammit freedoms_stain!
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I think i might have seen it a very long time ago...

it was only out a couple of years ago
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Pan was the son of Zeus and Hybris and the Greek god of shepherds, he was also a faun. I'm guessing Pan is just another name for faun.

I'm in a Greek Mythology unit in my writing class right now
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I love it. I saw it at the cinema when it first came out. Nobody else did. Slowly, more and more people I knew saw it, until tonight at least 5 Facebook statuses have changed to "watching Pan's Labyrinth".

For the record, I watched it for the first time a week ago, and I only didn't buy it yet is because I don't know if my Mum's got it me for Christmas. I've wanted to watch it for years.... I expected more oddness though

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As far as I can tell there is no Pan, the real title of the film is "El Laberinto del fauno" or "The Labyrinth of the Faun". He is just "The Faun". One of those sent by the King and Queen to find their daughter in the real world. Or just a figment of little Ofelias imagination.

One of the great things about the film is you don't know if the supernatural stuff is "real" or just Ofelia's overactive fairytale loving imagination.

Thank you

I assumed as much, but figured I'd best check.

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Pan was the son of Zeus and Hybris and the Greek god of shepherds, he was also a faun. I'm guessing Pan is just another name for faun.

I'm in a Greek Mythology unit in my writing class right now

Thank YOU for further elaboration

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#26
It was pretty good from what i remember, watched it with some friends and we were testing out a homemade 4 pipe hookah. I wanted to see more of the labyrinth place though so was a little disappointed at the end.
#27
preety brutal when the captain caved in that guys face
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