Finding Neverland

Finding Neverland
Finding Neverland

Year

2004

Duration

97 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

A semi-fictionalised account of the genesis of Peter Pan. Johnny Depp stars as initially unsuccessful author J.M. Barrie, trapped by both a stifling marriage and the straight-laced society of his time. He begins to find inspiration for his most famous work when he strikes up a friendship with a widowed mother and her four sons. Depp is extremely touching in the central role of Barrie, while Freddy Highmore excels as the real-life Peter.

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Contains mild language and sex references.

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