Del Toro says goodbye to his monsters after a raging fire

Del Toro says goodbye to his monsters after a raging fire

California.- A fierce fire is consuming everything in its path in northern California. So far has caused the death of 9 people and destroyed much of a community where some 30,000 people live. Some Hollywood celebrities have commented on social networks that the fire consumed their homes in its entirety and the Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro could be another one that is added to this list.Bleak House, the house where it protects its precious monsters could be reached by the flames, it did so through its Twitter account, declaring that it had been evacuated due to the proximity of the You call their residence.
 
  
   Evacuated last night from the houses that contain the collection (Bleak House) because the fire is already in Agoura, Malibu and extends. Things- to see what happens, but here I follow. Hugs.- Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT)
November 9, 2018

Resigned and waiting for things to come out in the best way, Del Toro is also aware that material things are not so important in the end.

The tiliches are lost or replaced. The memories are remembered. Of the lost one can speak- everything continues while this one is alive.- Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT)
November 9, 2018

Many people have shown their solidarity with the Mexican who counts in Bleak House with valuable objects that include unpublished pieces of his filmic trajectory.
 
   The fire has consumed several famous mansions. AP Photo
  
Why is it so important for Del Toro his Bleak House? This is the place where the filmmaker blows his imagination, because there he writes, he is inspired because he has encyclopedias and books that speak about monsters, fairies, elves and strange beings. In it there are at least 700 pieces including sketches and unique objects of his films.
 
   This is where he writes and when he is in production a group of designers works in the garage. NY Times Photo
  

 
   Of course, Del Toro believes in ghosts. And he believes that Frankenstein is the most moving and beautiful monster there is. NY Times Photo
  

 
   The house looks more like a preadolescent fantasy than a man's lair. Here you can see a figure of H. P. Lovecraft reading a book. NY Times Photo
  

 
   In Bleak House there are more than 700 original works of art. Here, for example, we see Edgar Allan Poe sitting. NY Times Photo
  

 
   Del Toro, 51, does not live here or in the neighboring house, Bleak House 2, they live in a nearby residence. NY Times Photo
  

 

 
   Among its treasures are wonderful objects of interest about Alfred Hitchcock, another of his heroes. NY Times Photo
  

 
   A false window gives the impression that there is a storm outside, with everything and the sounds of lightning and rain. NY Times Photo
  

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