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The Quick Explanation
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio is thematically wide-ranging but primarily emphasizes companionship, grief, kindness, time, and mortality. We witness Pinocchio go from a maniacal, indulgent newborn to a gentle, thoughtful soul. There’s something very peaceful about the film’s conclusion that somehow takes the terror out of death and turns it into a gentle, well-earned rest. Beneath the superficial aspects of the plot, there’s a lot about what it means and takes to live a good life. And that time is a very valuable thing. This movie may come and go for the average adult. But it will definitely be a landmark, instructive experience for a number of kids. Similar to the way The Land Before Time and The Lion King both prepared a generation to process tragedy, loss, and grief.
- Pinocchio – Gregory Mann
- Carlo – Gregory Mann
- Geppetto – David Bradley
- Sebastian J. Cricket – Ewan McGregor
- Count Volpe – Christoph Waltz
- Spazzatura – Cate Blanchett
- Podestà – Ron Perlman
- Candlewick – Finn Wolfhard
- The Wood Sprite – Tilda Swinton
- Death – Tilda Swinton
- Written by – Guillermo del Toro, Patrick McHale
- Directed by – Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson
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