Anyone ever read the book Peter Pan, which the Disney movie is based on?
The movie doesn’t go far enough in showing how self-absorbed Peter was. He basically tricked/kidnapped the children to take them to Neverland.
The were no “catch and release” games between the Lost Boys and the Indians. They killed each other when they could.
When a Lost Boy grew too old, Peter “thinned them out,” meaning, I inferred, killed them himself.
Peter was such a self-absorbed, live-for-the-moment person that a year after Wendy visited Neverland, Peter could not ever remember Captain Hook (who he killed), nor Tinkerbell, who had saved his life (Fairies, they explain, live for a very short time.)
The book, compared to the movie was much more PG-13, and much more disturbing at the end.