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emilio murillo almost 5 years ago
It's kind of creepy at the beginning, but once the pace is established, it's marvelous.
Maja Risager Jeppesen 5 years ago
A strange movie, but beautiful in its symbolism. It's interesting.
Chelsea Foreman 6 years ago
Bizarre puppet movie. Difficult to watch the whole thing.
ROSS EME GE over 6 years ago
like surrealism and fantasy?
Lino Monteiro over 6 years ago
Not very entertaining, but its bizarre, even creepy take on the story is very inventive.
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Victoria Goulborn almost 7 years ago
Alice is a 1988 Czechoslovak film directed by Jan Švankmajer. Its original Czech title is Něco z Alenky, which means "Something from Alice". It is a free adaptation of Lewis Carroll's first Alice book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, about a girl who follows a white rabbit into a bizarre fantasy land. Alice is played by Kristýna Kohoutová. The film combines live action with stop motion animation, and is distinguished by its dark and uncompromising production design. After more than two decades as a prolific director of short films, Alice became Švankmajer's first venture into feature-length filmmaking. The director had been disappointed by other adaptations of Carroll's book, which interpret it as a fairy tale. His aim was instead to make the story play out like an amoral dream. The film won the feature film award at the 1989 Annecy International Animated Film Festival. Alice appears to be in her bedroom when a taxidermically stuffed rabbit comes to life and breaks out of its glass...
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