I have watched the Peter Pan movie made in 2003, staring Jeremy Sumpter and Rachel Hurd-Wood. It's so different to the novel in so many ways but it's exactly the same when it comes to the some aspects of the plot and the characterisation. Also, the imagery that the novel creates is represented in the movie quite well. I originally thought that this version of Peter Pan was going to be similar to the Disney version in the way that it would be based around the values of early 1900's England and around childish morals. To my excitement, it wasn't at all based around these values and morals. However, P.J.Hogan's variation of the narrative contrasts the novel as it portrays modern ideas. This is seen through the fact that Wendy is the much more protagonistic in this movie than she is in the novel. It is also alot less sexist towards Wendy and all women in general in the movie. I read this quote in the novel the other day and I still can not believe women were expected to do housework, look after the children in all manner of ways and still be loyal to a demanding (and usually sexist) husband! "Wendy's favourite time for sewing and darning was after they had all gone to bed. Then, as she expressed it, she had breathing time for herself; and she occupied it in making new things for them, and putting double pieces on the knees, for they were all most frightfully hard on their knees." pg.88, chp.7, Peter Pan
here's a link to a HD version of the film on youtube
However this has always been my absolute favourite scene! How they have filmed them flying under the ceiling makes it look as they I really flying in the sky. "Never is an awfully long time. :)"