Journey's mostly instrumental album, "Dream, After Dream" was a soundtrack for a Japanese movie of the same title. In Japan it's called Yume, Yume No Ato and it was released on January 24, 1981 in both Japan and France and runs 101 minutes long.
|Yume, Yume No Ato 1981 screening program|
In this fantasy tale that aspires to the effects of a dreaming state, a young man (Enrico Tricarico) starts off on a quest for happiness, heading south as a wise astrologer told him to do. He has a few mishaps along the way through a mix of scenery, but finally arrives at an ancient castle where two mysterious women live - Tsuki (Anicee Alvina) meaning "Moon," and Yuki (Anne Consigny), meaning "Snow." Both women fall in love with the young man, a literally transforming experience that causes them to start running around and flapping their arms and growing feathers - it turns out they are really birds and true love has freed them at last. Meanwhile, the young man has to face his destiny and after the avian extravaganza, he may have some cause for worry.
Directed by - Kenzo Takada
Written by - Xavier De Castella, Kenzo Takada
Produced by - Hiroaki Fuji
producer - Tatsuo Funahashi
Set Designer - Tatsuji Nakashizu
Sound/Sound Designer - Senji Horiuchi
Sound Recordist - Julien Cloquet
Composer (Music Score) - Journey
Original Music - Neal Schon
Cinematographer - Setsuo Kobayashi