After tonight's class, I watched a movie named "Finding Neverland" which I've borrowed a month ago.  It said that it was inspired by the true event; however, I perceived for sure that it was an antecedent anecdote of the composition of “Peter Pan.”  Although I am a devotee of horror movies, I cannot help but loving this movie… it represents my dream of childhood—don’t want to grow up forever.

James (Mr. Barrie, a writer in Landon) bumped into a boy, named Peter, in a park, while he was looking for inspiration… concurrently; he also met Sylvia and the rest three boys and then got familiar with them gradually.   ‘Cause James always have loads of hallucination, the movie keeps guiding us to his pipe dreams…

One scenario of a play impressed me, when Peter (an actress of the play) declaimed that “when the first baby laughed for the first time, the laugh broke into a thousand pieces and they all went skipping about and that was the beginning of fairies.  And now when every new baby is born, its first laugh becomes a fairy.  So, there ought to be one fairy for every boy and girl.”  “Children know such a lot now.  Soon, they don’t believe in fairies.”  And every time a child says, “I don’t believe in fairies,” there’s a fairy somewhere that falls down dead.”  Don’t you think you already lost something when you are growing up… Yes, our dreams of childhoods, our persistence of endeavors, our initial virtue…

In the end of the movie, I burst into tears spontaneously because little Peter sorrowfully stated that “Mother pasted it back together, after I ruined it.  And then I saw the play.  I just started writing and I haven’t been able to stop.”  You might have the same feeling as mine while you heard that purposeful statement from a boy whose mom was dead…“It’s just … I thought she’d always be here,” he said that with tears…

However, James soothed Peter that “Because she’s on every page of your imagination.  You’ll always have her there. Always…”  “How,” Peter asked.  “By believing, Peter.   Just believe” James answered.   

 

(sigh) I recommend this movie sincerely…

文章大意為: 超棒的電影, 今天春天絕對不能錯過的好戲 (雖然已經下檔很久了), 但, 他帶來的啟發是無止境地

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