Alice in Spanish Wonderland Trailer

Alice in Spanish Wonderland Trailer (1979)

18 March 1979 Fantasy, Drama 86 mins

Four different Alices wander through mazes constructed from 40 years of Spanish history in this post-Franco meditation. Loosely related to the "Alice" of Alice in Wonderland, in one episode of this film, Alice (who is clearly a metaphor for the Spanish people) is raped by some multinational corporations. Told in a somewhat confusing manner, especially for those unfamiliar with the nuances of Spain's history in the period between 1936 and 1975, this is director Jorge Feliu's first feature film.

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Alícia a l'Espanya de les meravelles Trailer

Alicia dans l'Espagne des merveilles Trailer

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Spain 18 March 1979

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