Don’t miss a rare chance to experience this surreal masterpiece on the big screen. Guillermo Del Toro’s extraordinary film, Pan’s Labyrinth (2006, Rated R) has the vision to treat the fairy tale fantasy of a young girl with the same degree of seriousness as it does the very real terrors of her everyday life. Ofelia is an imaginative 11-year-old whose mother moves in with the sadistic Captain Vidal in Franco’s fascist Spain. As the Captain hunts down the last partisans hiding in the forest, Ofelia turns inward to the world of an underground labyrinth ruled by Pan, a mysterious faun-like apparition. Pan gives her three tasks to prove that she is the Princess Moanna, the ruler of this supernatural kingdom. Stuart Klawans of the The Nation says, “The beauty of Pan’s Labyrinth exists for its own sake. The magic has a purpose.” Well said Stu. Free with any Trinity ID.