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ALICE - White Rabbit

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♦ White Rabbit cover by Sanctuary from their album "Refuge Denied" © Epic Records ♦ It may be purchased at http://amazon.com/Refuge-De...

♦ Alice is a 1988 Czechoslovak film directed by Jan Švankmajer © First Run Features. It can be purchased at http://amazon.com/Alice-Kri...

♦ 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.
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♦ White Rabbit cover by Sanctuary from their album "Refuge Denied" © Epic Records ♦ It may be purchased at http://amazon.com/Refuge-De...

♦ Alice is a 1988 Czechoslovak film directed by Jan Švankmajer © First Run Features. It can be purchased at http://amazon.com/Alice-Kri...

♦ 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. Show less
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