PG-13 | | Drama, Fantasy, Horror
A couple adopt an orphaned child whose dreams - and nightmares - manifest physically as he sleeps.
None of the butterflies that appear early in the film have antennae. After a classmate draws antennae on Cody's picture of a butterfly, however, all of the butterflies and moths in the film have antennae, a small detail that shows how Cody's dreams ... ...
No one ever really goes away. Not completely. Because they live in our minds, and in our hearts
When the doctor prescribes a sleeping aide for the kid he tells the mother he's prescribing Zolpidem and tells her "it's a pediatric Ambien". That't not correct. Zolpidem is simply the generic version of Ambien and is prescribed to adults all the time, it is in no way for children.
€305,888 (Italy) (29 May 2016)
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