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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Pan’s Labyrinth

The award-winning 2006 Spanish film Pan’s Labyrinth was writer and director Guillermo del Toro's dream project, a fantasy that combined ancient mythology, religion, and politics. The critically-acclaimed movie follows a princess of the underworld who must navigate a maze and complete tasks to return home from the world of humans. If you loved Pan's Labyrinth, you'll want to learn more about it.

7. Stephen King squirmed when he saw the Pale Man.

To Del Toro this was the equivalent of winning an Oscar. Think of it, the master of horror squirming in his seat when he sees a fictional character. That’s when you know your story is good.

3. A lot of parents brought their kids to see this movie.

Eventually theaters had to warn of the graphic violence since this was not really intended as a kids’ film. 

Read more from behind the scenes of Pan's Labyrinth at TVOM.


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