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How does the visual design of "EL laberinto del fauno" (pans labyrinth) enhance and add different levels of understanding to the story and characters?

Define parallel story structure. In "Lost in Translation" how does parallel story structure influence the theme of the film?

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How does the visual design of "EL laberinto del fauno" (pans labyrinth) enhance and add different levels of understanding to the story and characters?

Overall, the visual design of "EL laberinto del fauno" dramatically enhances and adds different levels of understanding to the overall story and characters, especially the political themes as well as Ofelia's maturation and growth in character. For example, Ofelia gains a profound understanding of the two worlds, both reality and fantasy. Specifically, the vivid visual designs seem to show the stark contrast between the two worlds yet also enable the characters to see how the two domains are also so closely interconnected. As Ofelia is portrayed so graphically and visually as navigating between the estate and the forest, she learns so much about the distinctions between adulthood and ...

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Visual elements in El Laberinto del Guano, Pan's Labyrinth are briefly cited and correlated to theme. Notes about Lost in Translation are also offered.

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