Alice (1982 film)
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|Directed by||Jacek Bromski
|Written by||Jacek Bromski
|Music by||Henri Seroka|
|Edited by||Bill Blunden|
Alice (a.k.a. Alicja) is a 1982 musical-fantasy film co-produced by Belgian and Polish film companies. The film is a modern telling of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland story and stars French actress Sophie Barjac in the title role. Jean-Pierre Cassel plays the jogger named Rabbit with whom Alice falls in love; Susannah York, Paul Nicholas, Jack Wild, Tracy Hyde, Peter Straker and Dominic Guard all have supporting roles.
The film features a musical score by Henri Seroka and lyrics by Gyllianna. Barjac's vocals were dubbed by the Scottish singer Lulu. The film is relatively obscure despite the participation of well-known talent. It was released on VHS in the United States by Karl-Lorimar Home Video, although it is now out-of-print.
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