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Wendy  2019
Director:  Benh Zeitlin
Producer:
  Becky Glupczynski, Dan Janvey, Paul Mezey and Josh Penn
Art Director:
  Andy Eklund and Lance Mitchell
Editor:
  Affonso Gonçalves and Scott Cummings
Music:
  Dan Romer and Benh Zeitlin
Screenplay:
  Benh Zeitlin and Eliza Zeitlin
Director of Photography:
  Sturla Brandth Grøvlen
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Cast:
spacer1 Devin France
spacer1 Yashua Mack
spacer1 Gage Naquin
spacer1 Gavin Naquin
spacer1 Ahmad Cage
spacer1 Krzysztof Meyn
spacer1 Shay Walker
spacer1 Stephanie Lynn Wilson
Voice
spacer1 Catherine Ott
Voice
spacer1 Levy Easterly
Voice
spacer1 Luke Jones
Voice
spacer1 Hunter McGregor
Voice
spacer1 Devin France spacer1 Yashua Mack spacer1 Gage Naquin
spacer1 Gavin Naquin spacer1 Ahmad Cage spacer1 Krzysztof Meyn
spacer1 Shay Walker spacer1 Stephanie Lynn Wilson spacer1 Catherine Ott
spacer1 Levy Easterly spacer1 Luke Jones spacer1 Hunter McGregor
spacer1 Devin France spacer1 Yashua Mack
spacer1 Gage Naquin spacer1 Gavin Naquin
spacer1 Ahmad Cage spacer1 Krzysztof Meyn
spacer1 Shay Walker spacer1 Stephanie Lynn Wilson
spacer1 Catherine Ott spacer1 Levy Easterly
spacer1 Luke Jones spacer1 Hunter McGregor

Synopsis:
Wendy and her brothers come from a warm working family. Raised amongst dinner plates and diner patrons, the children have an itch for the adventurous and slightly mischievous. After long nights watching trains rattle by their bedroom window, the kids are whisked away by a mysterious boy named Peter.

A long journey taken on faith lands them on Peter’s island. There they discover a wild new world, one without grown-ups and suspended in time. Reveling in their youthfulness and sprawling freedom satisfies the kids at first, but nostalgia for their lives left behind seeps in.

When threats to their eternal childhood develop, Wendy is tasked with saving herself, her brothers, and the other island children with the most powerful tool she has: love for her family.

Review:
This adaptation of J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan is a reimagining of the classic tale in a scrappy, breathtaking new setting. Benh Zeitlin returns to directing for the first time since Beasts of the Southern Wild.

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