I'd really like to see this film of the Peter Pan story.
It's an adaptation of the series of graphic novels by Régis Loisel.
I have not read his spin on the tale, as I have not yet been able to obtain a complete English translation. (Alas, it's true, I cannot read French.)
It's also true that it veers from Barrie's tale, giving a different backstory to Peter. It bothers me, but only slightly. Since it's not a work in prose meant to be a direct addition/installment of the story, but is rather a "retelling" with a different outlook and also appears in different media, I can in good faith look the other way. I'm quite curious what all he brought to it. From what I gather, Peter lives/lived in a Dickensian London and had abusive parents - hence met Tinker Bell and escaped to the Neverland. As you will see from the video, it also dares to bring us the all important confrontation that forever after defines the infamous pirate Captain.
Don't know about you, but I think this looks pretty wonderful.
If anyone can arrange the cards so that I can view this film with English subtitles, I will be most grateful.
I'll send you a signed Limited Edition copy of Peter Pan's NeverWorld.
Long live Pan!