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Pan's Labyrinth 
1st-Apr-2007 03:57 am
Me: on Ferris wheel 2012-09-09
Just saw Pan's Labyrinth with eisa. Wow.

(Also, when I'm not posting via my phone I should post about my appointment with my sleep specialist; she had a cancellation on Friday so I was able to get in to see her.)
Comments 
1st-Apr-2007 04:23 am (UTC)
i've been wanting to see that. worth it, i take it?
1st-Apr-2007 11:33 pm (UTC)
Very much worth it. A warning, though: it's quite violent, and the violence is realistic.
1st-Apr-2007 12:00 pm (UTC)
Loved that movie. Loved it.

The guy I went with thought it was completely incomprehensible, though, so I guess opinions vary. from reading reviews, more folks get his impression than mine.

:-)
1st-Apr-2007 11:39 pm (UTC)
That's interesting. I thought it was painted in fairly broad (albeit masterful) brushstrokes, myself.
2nd-Apr-2007 11:04 am (UTC)
He saw it as two disjoint movies, one of which was the war movie and the other was the secret world. He found the transitions between the worlds jarring. I saw it as a metaphor for the differences between the men's world and the women's.
1st-Apr-2007 01:58 pm (UTC)
Mm, one of my co-workers saw Pan's Labyrinth about two, maybe three weeks ago, and he's been talking it up like mad. Sounds like a wowwer.
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4th-Apr-2007 02:44 pm (UTC)
I think it was very well done with limited use of CG.
Yes, indeed. Although for the few scenes in which you saw the Faun’s legs I was thinking, wow, that has to be a painful costume to wear! I wonder if the actor had wires to help support his weight.
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