A ballad version, sung by Paolo Valisari (Yani Gellman) and Isabella Parigi (Haylie Duff, singing voice), was used by Paolo and Lizzie McGuire ( Hilary Duff ) during their rehearsal for the International Music Video Awards, where Lizzie has to lip-synch Isabella’s singing.
So in the end, ” what dreams are made of” is that which we imagine or fantasize about. It’s that wish that we can only see in our dreams.
What Dreams May Come (film)
|What Dreams May Come|
|Produced by||Stephen Deutsch Barnet Bain|
|Screenplay by||Ronald Bass|
|Based on||What Dreams May Come by Richard Matheson|
|Starring||Robin Williams Cuba Gooding Jr. Annabella Sciorra Max von Sydow|
What Dreams Are Made Of (From “The Lizzie Mcguire Movie”) – song by Silver Screen Superstars | Spotify.
Hilary hasn’t sung formally in years, looks like, since her last album came out in 2015 and her last single in 2016 (although in my mind, she sings informally all the time—in the shower, in her car, etc.).
The title references the line “The stuff that dreams are made of” from The Maltese Falcon, and, second-handedly, Shakespeare: In Act IV of The Tempest, Prospero says “We are such stuff / As dreams are made on, and our little life / Is rounded with a sleep”.
One thing Gellman was able to share, though, is that he’s an “okay” singer who “ can carry a tune,” but “probably a slightly different style than a lot of the pop ballads in the movie.” Since wrapping the film, he’s been working a lot on his singing voice to improve it and he “ can tell you that much.”
What Dreams May Come
|6.8||User Score Generally favorable reviews based on 77 Ratings|
What Dreams May Come was filmed in Venezuela, the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana, Glacier National Park, Niagara Falls, Treasure Island, San Francisco and San Jose California, and San Rafael and Oakland, California for the church scenes.
“The dream activity can be so real and intense that our brains actually hide, or mask away the dream, so [it doesn’t] get lost between our waking experience, and our dream lives. Thus it is normal to forget dreams, most of the time.” Dimitriu says.
Contrary to the rationalist hooey that dreams aren’t real (“You’re just dreaming”), dreams are very much real. They convey real information, real impact, real emotions, and have real consequences if ignored.
A dream is a collection of images and ideas that occur involuntarily during certain periods of repose. During this initial sleep stage, dreams are made up of flashes of thoughts and images from your waking life: what you ate for lunch, a phone call you made during the day, the movie you watched before bed.