After Alice

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After Alice
Directed by Paul Marcus
Produced by Tom Kinninmont
André Paquette
Tina Stern
Written by Jeff Miller
Starring Kiefer Sutherland
Henry Czerny
Polly Walker
Music by Michael Hoenig
Cinematography Brian Pearson
Edited by Kate Evans
Liz Webber
Videal GmBH
Promark Entertainment Group
Distributed by Trimark Pictures
Release date
  • October 24, 2000 (2000-10-24)
Running time
100 minutes
Language English

After Alice (also known as Eye of The Killer) is a 2000 mystery thriller directed by Paul Marcus and written by Jeff Miller. The film stars Kiefer Sutherland as Detective Mickey Hayden.


A troubled cop makes a discovery that really has him worried in this thriller. Mickey Hayden (Kiefer Sutherland), a police detective, is ordered to take a new look at a case he'd worked on ten years ago. A brilliant but demented serial killer known as Jabberwocky went on a killing spree before dropping out of sight; Hayden was never able to track him down, and the disappointment has left Hayden with more than his share of emotional scars; the detective has since become an alcoholic in a failed attempt to cope. After a decade of silence, Jabberwocky strikes again, sending the police a note suggesting Hayden be put back on his case. But this time around, Hayden notices something different as he investigates the killings; when he comes in contact with the evidence, he has troubling psychic visions that tell him more about the murders than he ever wanted to know.