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Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth has been described by one critic as "an epic, poetic vision in which the grim realities of war are matched and mirrored by a descent into an underworld populated by fearsomely beautiful monsters." And the Mexican dark fantasy film’s art director Eugenio Caballero (Mexico) and set decorator Pilar Revuelta  (Spain) were duly recognized for creating both worlds, winning the Academy Award for Best Art Direction.

Best Art Direction, Pan’s Labyrinth, 79th Academy Awards, Won 


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