Alice (1982 film)

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 1865 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.

Directed byJacek Bromski
Jerzy Gruza
Written byJacek Bromski
Jerzy Gruza
Judy Raines
Susannah York
StarringSophie Barjac
Jean-Pierre Cassel
Susannah York
Paul Nicholas
Jack Wild
Tracy Hyde
Dominic Guard
Music byHenri Seroka
Edited byBill Blunden
Release date
  • 29 March 1982 (1982-03-29)
Running time
96 minutes

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.

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