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Peter Pan

Wendy and her brothers join a boy who never grows up in a magical world.

Why watch this film?

"Peter Pan" is a classic of Walt Disney animations. There is no economy in the magical elements here: children never grow up and there are fairies and mermaids. For children, it is guaranteed fun. For adults, it can bring reflections on topics that mobilize emotions, such as the passage of time and the arrival of adulthood. In recent years, the movie has been criticized for having prejudiced speeches, but considering that it is a movie from 1953, it can be taken as a record of its time. Criticism aside, more than 50 years after its release it continues to be one of the best-known animations, having inspired various adaptations.



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Plot summary

Wendy and her brothers are whisked away to the magical world of Neverland with the hero of their stories, Peter Pan.

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