Never Land (2010)

"Never Land" is a present-day, action-packed retelling of J.M. Barrie's classic story, Peter Pan, showing the troubles that come from having to grow up way too fast in a world that keeps kids young for far too long. This project was produced by filmmaking team Joshua Sallach and James Kwan for just under $6,000 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and directed by Joshua Sallach. The film was shot in 12 days total.

SYNOPSIS:
Aimee Dent had to grow up fast. She is raising her little brother all on her own. But her life is changed forever when she meets a teenage boy who gives her a taste of what it's like to be a kid again. However, Aimee soon finds out that the boy, Peter, isn't everything he appears to be...or as young. She learns that Peter will never be able to grow up. Because he's a vampire.

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