Compose a formal, thesis paper of 5-6 pages, offering an original argument treating representations of fascism or antifascist struggle in the film Pan’s Labyrinth

Compose a formal, thesis paper of 5-6 pages, offering an original argument treating representations of fascism or antifascist struggle in the film Pan’s Labyrinth. You may select any relevant feature to highlight, and you should evaluate that feature according to the standards of any academic experts on fascism, authoritarianism, or totalitarianism we cover in the first half of the semester (Orwell, Eco, Ben-Ghiat, Stanley, Snyder, Griffin, or Paxton).
NOTES: Make your writing self-sufficient, treating your reader as if he or she is smart and well-informed, but unfamiliar with your texts. Restrict your paragraphs to one purpose, giving each a clear, central idea, stated as an assertive claim. Provide textual evidence (citing all experts you employ or consult). Use standard MLA citation format, treat your quotations responsibly, and provide a full bibliography at the end of your paper.