“A worthwhile family film with just the right touch of cinematic poetry.”—Chicago Tribune
Opal Dream shows a great sense of what life is like in a sun-scorched opal mining town in the Australian outback, where young Kellyanne spends much of her time playing with her imaginary friends Pobby and Dingan. Her family decides to indulge her and play along. But, when the invisible friends go "missing," a misunderstanding within their small town creates hostility. With honesty, humor, and hope, Kellyanne and her family show their community that you don't necessarily have to see to believe. (86 mins., 35 mm)
This film is rated PG for mild thematic elements, language and some violence. Recommended for ages 7 and up.
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Added by Wexner Center on October 9, 2007