Warning: If you haven't seen the film, but intend to, then you probably should see it before reading this. For scenery, this movie is the most beautiful movie I have seen since Dr. Zhivago. As with that movie, there are several stories to be told so it lasts a while. The stories are tied together by the story of Nullah, the child of an aborigine woman and a white man. A boy torn between two worlds and with no story, no dream, and no real home. Yet. The story is not about "The Wizard of Oz", as you might think, but rather about the "wizard" of Oz. Not about how Dorothy got home (though that's where she ended up), but about how the wizard did. He had to go by way of Never-never land, because that's the place where dreams are born. Pay careful attention to the lion, the scarecrow, the tin man, and Dorothy all behind the curtain.