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Del Toro's cult masterpiece locates the titanic inside of fairytales and hyperlinks it to the very genuine horrors of post-Civil warfare Spain. This e-book explores the film's cross-cultural and ancient contexts, and its groundbreaking use of historical myths and folklore. it is usually an interview with del Toro concerning the genesis and construction of the film.

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