Looking around, Ofelia sees stacks of shoes and depictions of the Pale Man eating children, which is reminiscent of Goya’s depiction of Cronus. The Pale Man is a gruesome representation of the oppressive powers of Ofelia’s world – Captain Vidal, Spanish Fascism, and the Catholic Church. To further this comparison, a scene of Vidal having dinner with his guests, including a Catholic priest, is shown in parallel, in which nobody dares to question the Captain’s cruel motives. x
This is one of the best pieces of comedy that I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing. I love this. I have been looking for this online for awhile.
Sometimes I think of this skit in the middle of class and have to excuse myself before I choke on suppressed laughter
I talk about this Joke all the time, this one has got to be my all-time favorite. No matter how many times It’ll come on my pandora or spotify radio, I laugh every time. Even when I play any of the songs at work, the other has to follow, it’s like an inside joke with myself that barely anyone would get.