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The book also probes the meanings of time and space, but not as deeply as its sequel, Looking-Glass.
At times I couldn't figure out how someone could get this interpretation from Alice in Wonderland, at other times the story was very apparent.
It's by far unlike any Alice film I've seen to date, and it stands to me as my 2nd favorite (I still like the 1985 version the best).
The BBC idiots who produced this piece of low-budget surrealistic, absurdist rubbish were probably the same bunch responsible for destroying things of real value, say, most of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. S. Templeton
While this 1966 production by Jonathon Miller remains as controversial as it was when first aired, it still remains the only film I have viewed that follows Carroll's book even... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John C. Priestley II
This is more in the spirit of the book than most. And my kids loved it. And we all loath the Tim Burton version.Published 4 months ago by Annie Smart
Great movie... surreal and a little creepy. Very old school but not dated.Published 7 months ago by Mr. Jollies
Of the many Alice discs the best renditions.. compares to the Trevor Nunn version of Macbeth in ingenuity of concept . most of the other alice discs seem silly by contrast.Published 7 months ago by David A G
This is the most complex movie rendering of Carroll's classic, and one of the stranger ones. It's a 1966 BBC production in black and white, and done on a shoestring budget. Read morePublished 12 months ago by wiredweird