Peter: I thought she’d always be here.
James So did I. But, in fact… she is. Because she’s on every page of your imagination. You’ll always have her there. Always.
Peter: But why did she have to die?
James: I don’t know, boy. When I think of your mother… I will always remember how happy she looked sitting there in the parlor, watching a play about her family. About her boys that never grew up. She went to Neverland. And you can visit her any time you like if you just go there yourself.
James: By believing, Peter. Just believe.
Peter: I can see her.
6:52 pm • 18 September 2009 • 1,384 notes
Peter Pan: Don’t let go, Wendy.
Wendy: Peter, I’m frightened.
Peter Pan: Hang on, Wendy!
Peter: To die will be an awfully big adventure.
5:45 pm • 18 September 2009 • 224 notes
“We can change things by simply believing them to be different.”
— Sylvia Davies, Finding Neverland (via filmquotes)
5:13 pm • 18 September 2009 • 416 notes
Mary: I was hopelessly naive when I married you. I imagined that brilliant people disappeared to some secret place where good ideas floated around like leaves in autumn. And I hoped, at least once… you would take me there with you.
James: There is no such place.
Mary: Yes, there is. Neverland. It’s the best you’ve written, James. And I’m sure the Davies will adore the world you’ve created for them. I only wish I were part of it.
4:40 pm • 18 September 2009 • 72 notes