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What Ever Happened to Alice (2003)

Alice, whose soul has split between good and evil, cradles a baby that whimpers but never reveals its face. Haunting cries echo within her boarded up house in the windy desert. Alice ... See full summary »

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Alice, whose soul has split between good and evil, cradles a baby that whimpers but never reveals its face. Haunting cries echo within her boarded up house in the windy desert. Alice imprisons Rebecca and jerks her into a mad ghostly mind- game through a murderous past and explosive future where both meet their fates. Written by Linda L.Larson, screenwriter

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Confusing confessional tale
21 April 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Interesting that the previous two reviews are at opposite ends of the spectrum. Goes to show that people's expectations can differ greatly. Linda Larson's multiple involvement as writer, producer, director and star may well have been slightly overambitious although her own role as Alice is certainly the meatiest - and most professionally acted part. Unfortunately the rest of the cast seem amateurish in comparison. The role of Rebecca(played by Nancy Lincors)for such a major part seems particularly weak, lacking the emotional commitment to engage our empathy. At times the dialogue becomes risible and the overuse of flashbacks confuses. Despite this,the coherent scenes produce a psychological drama whose violence is mostly sensory rather than seen. The overall product lacks the editorship required to make it anything more than a fair first attempt.Of the two previous reviewers,I sensed that the happier one was looking for a haunting ghostly tense tale. The other, if buying the same DVD as I did, would be disappointed as the cover illustration of an axe-wielding skeletal Alice certainly hinted at a more violent, gory and less voluble film.


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