Movies I have seen, it is very good.
Un mélange entre le Wicker Man de Robin Hardy et les rêves cheloues lorsqu'on a la grippe. Aussi bien que ça.
Interesting curio from the early days of cinema.
A charming relic of the early 'cinema of attraction'. Beautiful restored tinting; beautiful nitrate decomposition.
this is the best version of them all
Anyone else noticed the children dressed as the Cards all stare into the camera whilst walking past, found this quite funny
I think none of the recent movie versions of "Alice in Wonderland" captured the 'another-worldly' mood the story initially has. This old masterpiece brings nostalgia and at the same time, a little bit of creepiness because of the plot ghosty look (being the film so old).... I found it really interesting....
io lo chiamerei ''Alicio nel paese delle cazzate''
giusto nauseante sembrava un uomo aòice
I found it severely nauseating .
I liked the damaged film better then the movie... Sorry!
Curious from the historical point of view. There is one thing chasing me, though: couldn't they find any less hideous actress?
Visually, it sums up the entire story in a nutshell. Sure it does not have any dialogues but since when do you need people talking to make any film worth watching? If you want to compare and contrast the Alice novels with any film adaptation, this is the first.
this is beyond awesome ! great music. this is historic.
Oh, how slow-paced films were back then. That's why they're so much fun to watch today.
Trippy! A kind of film To watch when shroomed?
It must be difficult to create a silent film adaptation of a novel that mainly lives from its puns, neologisms and nonsensical dialogues. It is a decent effort, though. That being said, is it just me or does anybody else find the bit in which the March Hare and the Mad Hatter try to put the Dormouse into the tea pot slightly disturbing?
Heel mooi flim. Alleen als je van sprookjes houdt is dit een mooi flim. Ik kijk wel met plezier.
Watching as I freak myself out over the realization that the cast could all be dead by now.
Amazing, haunting, slightly sinister and poignant.