Alice

(1982)
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Overview

Alice was sitting in the park one day. She sees a jogger called Rabbit. When she first meets him she thinks he's a jerk later she finds him nice and relaxing. She falls in love with him. He takes her to Queenie's party. Rabbit later finds out that Queenie wants to kill him. So Rabbit packs up to leave the country. When Alice finds this out she commits suicide which brings her into a fantasy world.

  1. Jacek Bromski

    Director, Writer

  2. Jerzy Gruza

    Director, Writer

  3. Lewis Carroll

    Novel

  4. Susannah York

    Writer

  5. Judy Raines

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Sophie Barjac

    Sophie Barjac

    Alice

  2. Jean-Pierre Cassel

    Jean-Pierre Cassel

    Rabbit

  3. Paul Nicholas

    Paul Nicholas

    Cheshire Cat / Caterpillar

  4. Susannah York

    Susannah York

    Queen of Hearts

  5. Tracy Hyde

    Tracy Hyde

    Mona

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Alice
Alice

Facts

Original Title Alicja

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 29, 1982
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Polish

Runtime 1h 31m

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