Principal photography for What Dreams May Come began in late June 1997. It was shot largely on Fuji Velvia film and is one of few films to have been shot in this manner. The Fuji Velvia film is known among landscape photographers for its vivid color reproduction. The visual effects developments were created by Mass.lllusions in the same group that developed the bullet time visual effects in The Matrix.
What Dreams May Come
- 1 Michael YugoI Choose 3:44
- 2 Michael YugoCould Be 3:35
- 3 Michael YugoAlready Won 5:01
- 4 Michael YugoSunlight 3:28
- 5 Michael YugoDelaware Place 5:15
- 6 Michael YugoHappy Birthday 5:32
- 7 Michael YugoMexico 4:43
- 8 Michael YugoAnam Cara 2:26
- 9 Michael YugoThe Wait 5:43
- 10 Michael YugoWhat I've Learned 3:12
- 11 Michael YugoMy Dear 5:14
- 12 Michael YugoHeaven's Hand 3:54
" After life there is more. The end is just the beginning."
|Runtime||1 hr 53 min|
|Budget||$85 000 000|
|Premiere: World||October 2, 1998|
|Box Office – Budget||– $29 617 073|
|Premiere: USA||$55 382 927 September 28, 1998|
|Digital: World||March 9, 2009|
|Parental Advisory||Frightening & Intense Scenes, Profanity, ...|
|Production Companies|| |
DescriptionChris Nielsen dies in an accident, and enters Heaven. But when he discovers that his beloved wife Annie has killed herself out of grief over the loss, he embarks on an afterlife adventure to reunite with her.
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ReelViews January 1, 2000
Director Vincent Ward’s view of heaven is surreal and spectacular!
Common Sense Media December 29, 2010
Worthwhile for thoughtful teens.
Entertainment Weekly January 1, 2000
If the film’s morose sentimentality sidesteps ludicrousness, it’s also not very dramatic.
RogerEbert.com January 1, 2000
`What Dreams May Come' is so breathtaking, so beautiful, so bold in its imagination!
CNN.com January 1, 2000
A visual blast.
Austin Chronicle January 1, 2000
A stunningly original visual journey to heaven, hell, and beyond.
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