Winner of this year's Academy Award for Best Picture, Guillermo del Toro's otherworldly taleThe Shape of Water follows the story of mute loner Elisa. Working as a janitor in a secret government facility in 1962 Baltimore, her life is abruptly changed when she falls in love with a mysterious humanoid sea creature brought to the lab for study. Like all del Toro films, The Shape of Water is a unique visual treat for the eyes, while its core relationship between its two unlikely lovers is enthralling, due largely in part to Sally Hawkins' affecting performance as Elisa. Catch it in Beijing cinemas from Friday 16 March.
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