Noelle J. Chung
The commissions aim to promote energizing and thought-provoking questions and act as collaborative partnerships between artists and the Harvard community.
While his film doesn’t quite stick the landing, Samuel’s take on this classic genre is certainly a fun watch.
While somewhat mainstream, the collaboration is a rather fun and charming piece that captures the characteristic sounds of each artist.
“Pan’s Labyrinth” sticks with its viewers long after the credits run, and that illusory quality is enforced by intentional ambiguity. Del Toro does not explicitly answer whether Ophelia’s experiences are fantasy or reality and instead leaves it up to the viewer.