Anna is becoming lost in the loneliness of her own world when she discovers she can visit another, a house she has drawn herself and occupied by a young disabled boy. But as she discovers more of the links between her fantasy world and the mundane present, she is drawn only deeper into a dream turning into a nightmare. Written by
David Carroll <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A drawing that became a dream. A dream that became reality.
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Did You Know?
When it was decided two days before the film was theatrically released that the character of Kate should be British, American actress Glenne Headly
had to very quickly dub all of her dialogue using an English accent. See more
While in the car with her mother, Anna puts her father's telegram in her pocket twice. See more
To be honest, I'd rather draw by myself. I don't like people watching me.
Music by Gabriel Fauré
Performed by Choristers of Westminster Cathedral
Published by Editions Harnelle
Arranged by Stanley Myers
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