Synopsis: Finding Neverland traverses both fantasy and everyday reality, melding the difficulties and heartbreak of adult life with the spellbinding allure and childlike innocence of the boy who never grows up.
Successful Scottish playwright J.M. Barrie is in need of some serious inspiration. Unexpectedly, he finds it one day during his daily walk with his St. Bernard, Porthos, in London's Kensington Gardens. There, Barrie encounters the Llewely Davies family: four fatherless boys and their beautiful, recently widowed mother. Barrie befriends the family, engaging the boys in tricks, disguises, games and sheer mischief, creating play-worlds of castles and kings, cowboys and Indians, pirates and castaways. He transforms hillsides into galleon ships, sticks into mighty swords, kites into enchanted fairies and the Llewelyn Davies boys into "The Lost Boys of Neverland."
-The Magic of Finding Neverland
-Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary
-Producer Richard Gladstein and Writer David Magee: "Pretend You Still Care", "Only Grown-ups Have Children", "Depending on J.M. Barrie"