Opal Dream

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Overview

When the imaginary friends of a young girl living in Australia's Lightning Ridge opal-mining town go missing, the inexplicable illness that befalls her soon prompts her brother to organize a desperate search for his sister's transparent pals in director Peter Cattaneo's adaptation of Ben Rice's popular children's novella. Kellyanne is a young girl with a vivid imagination and two invisible friends named Pobby and Dingan. Though her brother, Ashmol, was never the affectionate type, his concern at seeing his little...
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Overview

When the imaginary friends of a young girl living in Australia's Lightning Ridge opal-mining town go missing, the inexplicable illness that befalls her soon prompts her brother to organize a desperate search for his sister's transparent pals in director Peter Cattaneo's adaptation of Ben Rice's popular children's novella. Kellyanne is a young girl with a vivid imagination and two invisible friends named Pobby and Dingan. Though her brother, Ashmol, was never the affectionate type, his concern at seeing his little sister become ill after Pobby and Dingan disappear quickly sets into motion an incredible journey that will serve as a transformative rite of passage for not just Ashmol, but the whole town of Lightning Ridge as well.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/3/2007
  • UPC: 025192668623
  • Original Release: 2006
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:26:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 76,504

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sapphire Boyce Kellyanne
Christian Byers
Vince Colosimo
Jacqueline McKenzie
Technical Credits
Peter Cattaneo Director, Screenwriter
Jim Clark Editor
Finola Dwyer Executive Producer
Angus Finney Executive Producer
Lizie Gower Producer
Robert Jones Executive Producer
Nick Morris Producer
Ben Rice Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Emile Sherman Producer
David M. Thompson Executive Producer
Phil Traill Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Opal Dream
1. Finding Color (Main Titles) [4:19]
2. Imaginary Friends [6:06]
3. Pobby & Dingan [4:12]
4. At the Mine [4:42]
5. Accused of Ratting [4:58]
6. Still Looking [3:37]
7. All Gone [2:54]
8. Not Well [3:25]
9. Reward [7:29]
10. Gone Too Far [2:55]
11. In the Dark [3:42]
12. The Old Claim [5:49]
13. Funeral Plans [4:54]
14. Magistrate's Hearing [6:26]
15. Case Closed [4:06]
16. They Really Did Live [6:13]
17. When You Believe [3:41]
18. End Titles [6:01]
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