Pan’s Labyrinth

Living with her tyrannical stepfather in a new home with her pregnant mother, 10-year-old Ofelia feels alone until she explores a decaying labyrinth guarded by a mysterious faun who claims to know her destiny. If she wishes to return to her real father, Ofelia must complete three terrifying tasks.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Ofelia: Ivana Baquero
  • Mercedes: Maribel Verdú
  • Capitán Vidal: Sergi López
  • Fauno / Pale Man: Doug Jones
  • Carmen: Ariadna Gil
  • Dr. Ferreiro: Álex Angulo
  • Pedro: Roger Casamajor
  • Garcés: Manolo Solo
  • Serrano: César Vea
  • El Tarta: Iván Massagué
  • Francés: Gonzalo Uriarte
  • Padre: Eusebio Lázaro
  • Sacerdote: Francisco Vidal
  • Alcalde: Juanjo Cucalón
  • Esposa del alcalde: Lina Mira
  • Jefe de botiquín: Mario Zorrilla
  • Capitán Guardia Civil: Sebastián Haro
  • Esposa del doctor: Mila Espiga
  • Conchita: Pepa Pedroche
  • Jacinta: Lalá Gatóo
  • Paz: Ana Sáez
  • Trigo: Chani Martín
  • Joven: Milo Taboada
  • Maquinista: Fernando Albizu
  • Encargado: Pedro G. Marzo
  • Sargento Bayona: José Luis Torrijo
  • Joven Guerrillero: Íñigo Garcés
  • Joven Guerrillero 2: Fernando Tielve
  • Rey: Federico Luppi
  • Anciano: Chicho Campillo
  • Narrator / Fauno (voice): Pablo Adán

Film Crew:

  • Thanks: Alejandro González Iñárritu
  • Casting: Sara Bilbatúa
  • Director of Photography: Guillermo Navarro
  • Producer: Alfonso Cuarón
  • Post Production Supervisor: Michael Toji
  • Producer: Frida Torresblanco
  • Costume Design: Lala Huete
  • Producer: Guillermo del Toro
  • Editor: Bernat Vilaplana
  • Production Design: Eugenio Caballero
  • Costume Design: Rocío Redondo
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Reyes Abades
  • Special Effects: César Abades
  • Special Effects: Óscar Abades
  • Sound Designer: Miguel Ángel Polo
  • Foley: Carlos Zamorano
  • Sound Effects Editor: Roland N. Thai
  • Set Decoration: Pilar Revuelta
  • Storyboard: Raúl Monge
  • Property Master: Patricia Cuevas
  • Property Master: Héctor Gil
  • Producer: Álvaro Augustín
  • Executive Producer: Elena Manrique
  • Producer: Bertha Navarro
  • Line Producer: Víctor Albarrán
  • Executive Producer: Belén Atienza
  • Original Music Composer: Javier Navarrete
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Everett Burrell
  • Thanks: Jesús de la Vega
  • Casting: Cristina Perales
  • Associate Producer: David Ebner
  • Second Assistant Camera: Antonio Belón
  • Stunt Coordinator: Jordi Casares
  • Makeup Artist: José Quetglás
  • Hairstylist: Blanca Sánchez
  • Scoring Mixer: Marc Blanes Matas
  • Steadicam Operator: Jaromír Šedina
  • Still Photographer: Teresa Isasi
  • Script Supervisor: Carmen Soriano
  • Assistant Editor: Fran Amaro
  • Animation: Angie Jones
  • Publicist: Sally Steele
  • Makeup Effects Designer: Montse Ribé
  • Makeup Effects Designer: David Martí
  • Gaffer: David Lee
  • Set Decoration: Laura Musso
  • Special Effects: Pablo Perona
  • Key Grip: Rick Stribling
  • Grip: Pavel Proisl
  • Camera Operator: David Domínguez
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Juan Leiva
  • Key Grip: Edmundo Sanz
  • Second Assistant Camera: Álvaro García
  • Camera Operator: Bruce Saintclaire
  • Camera Operator: Bruce St. Clair
  • Camera Loader: Olaf Guembe
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Sergio Delgado
  • First Assistant “C” Camera: Rodrigo López
  • First Assistant “D” Camera: Paco Laso
  • Gaffer: Ricardo Rodríguez
  • Generator Operator: Roberto Campos
  • Rigging Gaffer: José Luis Torrecilla
  • Second Assistant Camera: Jon Elizegui
  • Production Office Assistant: Silvia Alonso

Movie Reviews:

  • JPV852: Beautiful movie from Guillermo del Toro and while I did like the movie and its World War II-era plot, I can’t say I was totally in love, feeling this was more style over substance, though the acting from the young Ivana Baquero was really good. **4.0/5**
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