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Wendy

(Rated M)

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“So began the legend of Peter, the boy who would not grow up”

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Overview

A magical realist reimagining of Neverland set in the American South, Wendy is director Benh Zeitlin’s long-awaited follow-up to Beasts of the Southern Wild. Set on a mystical volcanic island where ageing and time have come unstuck, Zeitlin’s distinctly humanistic and naturalistic take on the beloved Peter Pan tale follows Wendy and Peter, two children from different worlds who fight to retain their freedom and joy as the imminent danger of growing up looms over them. Embracing eternal themes of childhood, Wendy is a gorgeous immersion into a world of wonder.

Official Selection
— Sundance Film Festival 2020
“Every frame of the film is excitingly alive and freshly conceived, making it something very much worth seeing on the big screen”
— The Hollywood Reporter
“Constantly enchanting and beguiling... overflows with imagination”
— Collider
“A gorgeous reinvention of Peter Pan”
— Indiewire

Why You Should See This Film

Straight from its Australian Premiere at the online edition of the Melbourne International Film Festival, we’re excited to bring you a rare opportunity to see Wendy on the big screen, the way it was intended. Beautifully shot and deeply immersive, Zeitlin’s reimagining of this well-worn tale is like no Peter Pan before it. Proving his knack for working with young actors demonstrated in Beasts was not a one-off, Zeitlin draws remarkable performances from Devin France and Yashua Mack as Wendy and Peter.

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  • Year: 2020
  • Rating: M
  • Director: Benh Zeitlin
  • Cast: Devin France, Yashua Mack
  • Duration: 111 minutes
  • Language: English
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