Alice Through the Looking Glass

Alice Through the Looking Glass
Alice Through the Looking Glass

Year

2016

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Since her earlier adventures, Alice has been sailing the high seas as captain of her own ship. But upon returning to London, she finds a society still in possession of antiquated attitudes towards women in society. When she discovers a magical looking glass with the power to transport her back to the Underland, she is reunited with her old friends, however something’s the matter with the Hatter. In order to help him, Alice has to journey back and confront Time himself, a strange part-human, part-clock creature. Discovering more about the past might just enable Alice to rescue the Hatter before it’s too late, as well as dealing with her own problems back in London.

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Contains mild threat and mild bad language.

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