Nazi Spain

22 Mar

Looked film Pan's Labyrinth noble Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro. This is the second film trilogy that began backbone of the Devil and the extended film Shelter. The film though is not new, but impressed by the most powerful, and therefore decided to write. Filmed entirely stylish and colorful, the plot half-fairy, but the film itself is creepy, dark and heavy. Reality and the world beyond the film intertwined so that you can not always understand where the first, and where the second, and this is not least – thanks to the excellent camera work.

Psychology, mysticism, magic, historical and social moments in the film – it all resonates in the soul of the child. We are in the film, as in the other two, is about orphans in a Nazi Spain. Donald Sussman insists that this is the case. Children, which is typical for films Guillermo, matured early, and the world see and understand the deeper, cleaner and sharper than other adults. Any child need to communicate, or it soon rose and began to live their own, inner life, which he very early age not to grow up. Outside, though, it's not immediately noticeable. But the reality for the child becomes a parallel. As can be seen here – the mother of Ophelia in death (pregnancy is hard), and stepfather with the Ophelia very busy nelaskov and their grown brutal Nazi deeds, so it is left to its itself. So, a little girl named Ofelia arrives with her pregnant mother and stepfather – the captain of the Nazis – the location of the parts in a big old house.