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Jean-Christophe Averty – Alice au Pays des Merveilles (1970)

Plot: Lost in the land of dreams after following a white rabbit, Alice knows extraordinary adventures with talking animals and plays cards with the terrible Queen of Heart.

Comments: five years after UBU, Jean -Christophe AVERTY proposed an adaptation of the novel by CARROLL LEWIS, in a frenzy of electronic tricks mixing inlays, collages of images and cartoons, and insisting on the absurd side of this classic children’s literature. “ALICE IN WONDERLAND” explained Jean- CHRISTOPHE AVERTY, “is a masterpiece of nonsense and pre-surrealism.” Read More »