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Science Fiction and Fantasy
Spanish (English subtitles)
It's just a few years after the Spanish Civil War - and up in the hills a small band of guerillas refuse to give up the fight. The ruthless Captain Vidal is determined to wipe them out - and while he tries to do so, his pregnant wife and stepdaughter Ofelia have to live at his remote base. There, Ofelia discovers a mysterious maze that leads her to a magical but sinister fairy tale world, a discovery which soon spills into her everyday life. This is an outstanding fantasy grounded by its historical setting.
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