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L'odyssée d'Alice Tremblay (2002)

After reading a bedtime story to her daughter, Alice Tremblay leaves her daughter's room and enters her own fairytale... See full synopsis »

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Martin Drainville ...
Ludovic / Louis
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Carabosse / Fée Marraine / Madame Bossy
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Le Loup
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Danielle Ouimet ...
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Prince Guillaume / Guillaume
Pascale Desrochers ...
Cendrillon / Sandrine
Myriam Poirier ...
Audrey / Aurore
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Gollock
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Seherazade
France D'Amour
Pierre Lebeau ...
Le Roi
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After reading a bedtime story to her daughter, Alice Tremblay leaves her daughter's room and enters her own fairytale... See full synopsis »

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28 June 2002 (Canada)  »

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Alice's Odyssey  »

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Featured in L'âge des ténèbres (2007) See more »

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Ballet music from 'Swan Lake'
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
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quite entertaining and humorous in a french Canadian way.
25 July 2007 | by (Saskatoon, Canada) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie today on Bravo while switching channels. I only saw from the scene with Cinderella and her problem at the ball. It was in French with English subtitles and the title somewhat attracted my attention. Even thought I was disappointed that the main character's image was not created in the likes of Lewis Carroll's character, it was very interesting and funny to watch. The movie has a production atmosphere that kept me thinking of the Prince Charming video from Adam and the Ants. Overall it would seem that this film was made in the likes of Rock/Poppy Broadway musical kind of way. And yes, this film had a more of a PG content to it, especially since the original Cinderella was not a wannabe snob who went around bashing someone else's head just so she could make a her night at the ball run smoothly. However, the humorous plot definitely kept me tuned to the show. I couldn't stop laughing at every comical scene.


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