>2000s favourite thrilling scenes – Part 3


El Laberinto del Fauno (2006)

Ofelia walks along the corridor and her eyes meet the place where she’s supposed to accomplish a simple task. Despite the horrid creature sitting on the edge of the table, the little girl can’t help herself of not looking at that endless orgy of grapes, sweets and cakes… The monster is the last thing she will notice and despite all the evil and obvious signs of past death she doesn’t seem frightened at all. Perhaps, because the worst monster of all lives in the real world. Mission accomplished, it’s time to go back to her punishement room where soon the faun will be waiting for her. She has been warned. You must not try anything. But how tempting that banquet appears to her. Would it be this harmful if i tried just one grape?, she might be wondering. This is not an ordinary banquet, though it’s something only the fairies could truly know. One grape. Two grapes. Little fairies, get out of my way. The monster wakes up. And the door that connects her real world to her fantasy world has been locked. Will she escape? Is it worth it to escape? Is it any better in that dark room?

17 Comments to “>2000s favourite thrilling scenes – Part 3”

  1. >Gaaa that was really scary!!! The girl should have eaten the eyeballs instead.

  2. >Gosto muito de "O Labirinto do Fauno". Especialmente do uso do olhar da criança para um evento marcante da história de um país. E essa cena é somente uma das ótimas presentes no filme.

  3. >i didnt like this film too much, im not into the fantasy thing really but it was very well done 😉

  4. >Seraphine,*LOL* :-pKamila, esse filme foi o meu favorito em 2006, vi duas vezes no cinema, o acho excelente.Miss_Scarlett, yes, i think it was beautifully done ^^

  5. >Romeika, me lembro que você tinha amado "O Labirinto do Fauno". Eu gostei bastante, só não foi meu favorito em 2006. 😉

  6. >I liked the film and (to be a typical clothes horse) the clothing! Ah! If I was her I would remain in the fantasy world, its scary and dangerous, but in some ways the villians are more clear and the world is less grey.

  7. >A friend lent me "El laberinto del fauno" in dvd the other day. I shall watch it this weekend, i heard it is very good, oh, and my politic's teacher recommended us to watch it also =P.mwah

  8. >Kamila, amei mesmo e o filme me emociona:-)The clothes horse, i agree – That little green dress she wears is just so lovely and clearly reminds us of Alice in Wonderland. Cassiano, veja esse filme!

  9. >I loved that movie and that it was a fairy tale of the old school. Scary! Not one of those happily ever after things. The little actress was exquisite and the monster with the eyeball issue is one of the great monsters of all time.

  10. >loooove this movie!that was probably one of my favorite scenes.

  11. >"O Labirinto do Fauno" foi um dos grandes filmes de 2006 na minha opinião – ainda que no meu top 10 tenha ficado na oitava posição. Essa cena é ótima, e realmente assustadora (um dos momentos memoráveis do filme).Abraço!

  12. >i loved the film, i think it deserved the oscar over that german movie…

  13. >Wendy, that monster is one of the best monsters ever, indeed!Miss Ann, finally someone agrees with me. "The Lives of Others" is great, but del Toro's achievement is a masterpiece.Everyone, thanks for the comments and have a nice weekend! ^^

  14. >i hate creepy films but i am going to tell some of my friends about this because it looks good (i'm just scared of everything)

  15. >Coloquei um link sue no meu blog!

  16. >your lucky to have your own live in chef hahahah

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