Jason Isaacs explains why his Peter Pan is most true.

According to Jason Isaacs, who spoke with Yahoo, the 2003 version of J. M. Barrie's children's book Peter Pan is the most accurate adaptation since it conveys the genuine meaning.

Of the author's intent, this is to show Wendy Darling rather than the boy who would never grow up.

The film, which marks its 20th anniversary on Christmas Eve, was directed by P. J. Hogan and stars Isaacs as both Wendy's father and Peter Pan's legendary enemy Captain Hook. 

According to Isaacs, who discusses the movie in his Role Recall interview, the casting choice accurately captured the "potent Freudian story" that Barrie had written.

"It's funny how the Peter Pan movie has done so well since it was produced, but when it was first released, it was a complete bomb because people said, 'Oh, I've seen that before. "

“The truth is, no one has ever previously filmed Peter Pan," he claims.

"You're not a little girl, you're a woman now, it's time to grow up," is what a small girl hears in J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan. 

Back then, that meant having a family, having, leaving your brother's bedroom, and giving up playing pirates.

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