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Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio review: this tale of a lost child is the filmmaker’s destiny

By Keith McDonald, Senior Lecturer Film Studies and Media, York St John University
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That Guillermo del Toro would eventually create a version of Pinocchio feels something like cinematic destiny. The overriding theme of his cinematic vision is, afterall, a love for those others would see as freaks, outcasts or misfits.

The Mexican-born filmmaker began work as a special effects illustrator and make-up designer before making his first feature film, Cronos, in 1993 – a fable about a girl’s deep bond with her vampiric…The Conversation


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