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Pan's Labyrinth (DVD) (WS)
In a dark time for a young girl, Spain and the entire world, the haunting fantasies within her mind merge into reality, giving birth to a land of fantastical creatures and secret destinies--Pan's Labyrinth . . . El laberinto del fauno. 1944. Rural Spain. As Franco consolidates his brutal hold after years of civil war, lonely and dreamy Ofelia must come to terms with the cruelty around her. Living with her mother and adoptive father--a military officer under the Fascist government who is tasked with ridding last rebels from their area, Ofelia creates a fable, giving life to a secret inner world to help her cope with a world gone wrong. From acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro (Cronos, Mimic) and produced by Alfonso Cuarón, director of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Y tu mamá también.]]>
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Pan's Labyrinth is about survival. During one of the most treacherous times in human history under one of the most brutal despots, the young heroine of this story. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Ronald Thomas
The packaging was fine however the movie itself did not play it was a blank disk and a waist of my moneyPublished 6 days ago by Reachel Pittman
One of the best movies ever. Truly ground-breaking. A must-see.Published 9 days ago by Melissa Jeswald
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|Does the blu-ray version contain the 2 DVD version extras?||
"The supplements have been culled from the excellent 2-disc DVD release of six months earlier, and then a bit more has been added."
You can read details here: Pan's Labyrinth - BD versus HD... Read More
Feb 18, 2008 by jadow81 | See all 4 posts
|Can the subtitles on the dvd be disabled?||
I rented the DVD from Movie Gallery and it did give you the option to turn off the subtitles in the "setup" section of the main menu.
May 15, 2007 by Ferret | See all 4 posts
|which is which 1:66:1 or 1:85:1?||
1.66:1 is the standard cinema screen in Europe, 1.85:1 is the standard for US.
The even wider format 2.35:1 is used almost everywhere.
Old TVs are 1.33:1 (4x3)
New TVs are 1.79:1 (16x9), in between the US and European sizes.
May 15, 2007 by Amazon Customer | See all 5 posts
|Subtitled only or English dubbed track??||
Why is it that English language movies usually include French and Spanish soundtracks, yet this Spanish language film doesn't have such options? (And I speak Spanish, so it doesn't affect me much).
One of the best DVD presentations of a foreign film I've ever seen is Crouching Tiger, Hidden... Read More
Aug 27, 2010 by P. Carrubba | See all 28 posts
|JUST SUCK IT UP!!!!!!||
First I must say that some of my favorite films (Pan included) are subtitled, and I prefer to hear the real voices of the actors even if I do not understand the language. But. . .
Do you really think that a French person wants to speak another language than French? A German, German? Not anyone... Read More
May 26, 2007 by Pan Fan | See all 14 posts
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