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Alicja (1982)

Alice falls in love with a jogger called Rabbit.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sophie Barjac ...
Alice
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Rabbit
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Queenie
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Cheshire Cat / Caterpillar
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Alice (singing voice)
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Mock Turtle
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Gryphon
Tracy Hyde ...
Mona
Peter Straker ...
Mad Hatter
Marc Seaberg ...
March Hare
David Toguri ...
Duchess
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Florist
Dominique Mucret ...
Patient
Joachim Hubner ...
Maitre D'Hotel
Kris Juliano ...
2nd Landlady
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Storyline

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. Written by dmedhi

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A Romantic Dream or Nightmare Reality


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29 March 1982 (Poland)  »

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Jack Wild nearly died from acute pancreatitis during filming in Poland. See more »

Connections

Version of Fushigi no kuni no Arisu (1983) See more »

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Love is the Answer
Sung by Lulu
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Trippy
30 September 2003 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the weirdest movies I've ever seen. I picked it up kind of randomly at the video store, thinking it would be a silly musical. It ended up being like a two-hour movie about Willy Wonka's Oompa Loompas, not in subject matter but in the weird feeling it gives you. I don't recommend this movie, but I felt like I had to comment about it somewhere just to get it out of my system. There should be a support group for people who have seen this film.


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