A reluctant-reader teen's quest for a solution to an due-yesterday English Lit assignment leads her discovering the value of the audio book. She encounters temperament, talent and a glimpse of the supernatural as she wends her way through a series of recording studios, until her imagination skyrockets her into a full-blown 1830's Mad Tea Party Scene, Alice in Wonderland meets Audiobooks. Written by
Gabrielle de Cuir
It all went into one ear and ... into the other.
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Did You Know?
Most of Harlan Ellison's lines in the film as the White Rabbit are direct quotes either from his science fiction works or from Harlan himself. He refers to the leading lady as "Pretty Alice" which is a reference to his Nebula Award winning story "Repent Harlequin, Said the Tick-Tock Man." He also eats jelly beans which appear in that story. He quotes himself when he says "I will use big words from time to time." Harlan also is using his own vintage typewriter in the film. See more