I was watching to Disney and just got curious to see what you guys think.
By classics, I mean those stories that we all read and watched as kids, such as Jack and the Beanstalk, Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty and etc.
I have 2 favourites: Pinocchio and Peter Pan.
Pinocchio always touched me with his desire to be a “real boy”, probably for most trans people, Pinocchio had this special meaning. I also liked the scenes where he’d have fun with the other boys, even if he’d end up as a donkey (at least he was having some fun). And in general, I like quite a lot stories passing in the XIX and XX sec.
As for Peter Pan, I always watched to Return to Never Land when I was a kid. I didn’t have that Peter Pan’s Complex of never wanting to grow up back then, but the idea of a magic place where I’d be able to play forever with the Lost Boys was very attractive to me (specially because I didn’t have many friends). Then I reached to the start of puberty and more than ever I wanted to escape to a place where my body would never change. However, I like much more the concept of Peter Pan and its adaptations than the original story.
I really hope to make some adapted story of these two classics someday (as Steven Spielberg’s A.I).
What about you?
I hope this topics don’t ends up on a limbo ;w;