Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Blending dark fantasy and political violence in Francisco Franco’s Spain, the film grounds otherworldly fairy tale elements with the harrowing wartime story of Ofelia, whose new stepfather is tasked with tracking down the remnants of republican rebellion.
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New 2K digital film restoration, approved by director Guillermo del Toro and cinematographer Guillermo Navarro, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition
Audio commentary featuring Del Toro
Video introduction by Del Toro from 2010
New interviews with Del Toro about the process of creating the ghost Santi and the drawings and designs made in preparation for the film
¿Que es un fantasma?, a 2004 making-of documentary
Spanish Gothic, a 2010 interview with Del Toro about the genre and its influence on his work
Interactive director’s notebook, with Del Toro’s drawings and handwritten notes, along with interviews with the filmmaker.
Four deleted scenes, with optional commentary.
New featurette about the Spanish Civil War as evoked in the film.
Program comparing Del Toro’s thumbnail sketches and Carlos Giménez’s storyboards with the final film.
Selected on-screen presentation of Del Toro’s thumbnail sketches alongside the sections of the final film they represent (Blu-ray edition only).
New English subtitle translation
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Mark Kermode
Cast & Crew
|Guillermo del Toro||Director,Producer,Screenwriter|
|Agustín Almodóvar||Executive Producer|
|Luis de la Madrid||Editor|
|Cesar Macarron||Art Director|
|Joaquin Manchado||Camera Operator|
|Salva Mayolas||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Javier Navarrete||Score Composer|
|Bertha Navarro||Executive Producer|
|Miguel Rejas||Sound/Sound Designer|
|José Vico||Costumes/Costume Designer|