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Vyacheslav Rybakov
Vyacheslav Rybakov

Alice In Wonderland



As a young reader, I found Alice in Wonderland creepy and rather distasteful. Alice's adventures played like a series of encounters with characters whose purpose was to tease, puzzle and torment her. Few children would want to go to wonderland, and none would want to stay. The problem may be that I encountered the book too young and was put off by the alarming John Tenniel illustrations. Why did Alice have such deep, dark eye sockets? Why couldn't Wonderland be cozy like the world of Pooh? Watching the 1951 Disney film, I feared the Cheshire Cat was about to tell me something I didn't want to know.




Alice In Wonderland


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Malice in Wonderland, as the surreal name might imply, rather than finding a religious middle ground between authenticity and acceptable deviance from the original source, plays the art of adapting a piece to the hilt, allowing itself to entirely change the classical story as we know it. In this 2009 take on Alice in Wonderland, a university student (Maggie Grace) finds herself ditched by a supposedly responsible cab in Central London. When she wakes up, the modern Alice finds herself lost in an alien world, far from home. Malice in Wonderland is packed to the gills with a number of bizarre individuals, each low-life more capable of sending a chill down your spine than the other. Unlike the fascinated, original Alice, this one must employ the full capacity of her wits to escape this horrifying wonderland. 041b061a72


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