J. M. Barrie is a playwright who has run out of good ideas. His last production was such a disaster that the public stayed away in droves – and now the local theater is threatening to close.
“They hate it,” he confides to a stranger.
They indeed do. If Barrie’s next project fails, he may have to find another career.
Then Barrie stumbles upon inspiration in a local park: four young boys with wild imaginations. They, in turn, spark his imagination, and soon he’s plotting his next play. It includes a character named Peter Pan, another one called Tinker Bell, and a place named Neverland.
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