'Who is Alice' carries us on a darkly funny, compelling and sometimes cringe worthy journey into the highs and lows of what human beings will do to try to avoid pain and connect to ...
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'Who is Alice' carries us on a darkly funny, compelling and sometimes cringe worthy journey into the highs and lows of what human beings will do to try to avoid pain and connect to happiness. Alice is a 35 year old actress desperately hanging on to her 'new young thing' career. She is willing to sacrifice almost everything in order to reach the top and this mind-bending story takes us down the rabbit hole with her. Alice meets Dick, a car salesman who is disillusioned with life and dreaming about becoming a spiritual teacher. Together with a renegade cast of misfit characters they hilariously and awkwardly tie themselves in knots as they find their 'way'. And where does that 'way' lead them? ... To exactly where they are supposed to be. 'Who is Alice' uses humor guided by the a little non-dual thinking to help us look at ourselves and life in a different way. If the insight strikes, your whole perspective can change, while 'in reality' nothing has to change. Written by
As an Ali Bastian fan, I had to see this film. Especially because she won five or six Best Actress Awards for her role of Alice in this film. We see Ali going from beautiful (as she is) to a panicking actress trying to reach the top. At first I thought this would be a cliché film, but that changed after about 25 minutes when they start messing with the viewer's mind. I enjoyed this film and especially enjoyed Ali's acting. Also a bit compliment for Cally Lawrence. I've seen her in The Office years ago where she was great. In this film she is great again, and very funny.
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