VHS releases included a lengthy dream sequence featuring a girl in a sprawling inn who was taunting Eric. This scene was actually the short film Come to Me Softly (1988), which the distributors inserted into the movie to pad the running time. It was removed when the film was issued on DVD. See more »
[Eric hands Ben a graded paper]
Well, here's your paper airplane. Not a bad paper airplane, at that.
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Beyond Dream's Door is a work of fiction and bears no similarities to real characters or events in your world at any point in the past, future or anywhere in between. See more »
When the film was released on DVD in 2006 it was a director's cut of the film with a new 5.1 sound mix. This version is actually shorter than the VHS version. It has one new scene not in the original release and removes one dream scene, that was actually another short film by the same director that was put into the film to add running time demanded by the original distributor in 1989. The short was included on the DVD as an extra. See more »
This movie at no point comes even close to capturing the mood or ambiance of anything dreamlike. I was hoping for either some trippy psychological concepts or at least some stimulating visuals, BUT it delivers neither. The bad acting is not bad enough to make the movie worthwhile, most of the effects are way too cheap looking to make an impression, and the story makes too little sense to be entertaining. Quite challenging to get through and offers no redeeming values aside from a few laughable moments of awkward acting, dialogue, and editing. Not really worth a $1 bargain bin purchase in my opinion.
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