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This is my first film in quite some time. It took a good many hours to complete and a whole lot of thinking. There is so much more to this little cartoon if you listen to the words carefully. Please enjoy my first serious movie.

UPDATE: I have getting a lot of e-mails about two of the songs used in it. The main song is "So, Ha" by Splashdown. That band is no longer together, but the lead singer continues to make music, and you can check it out at www.UniversalHallPass.com
The end credits song is called "Comtine D'un Autre Ete: L'apres Midi" by Yann Tiersen.

Thanks for all your encouraging e-mails!




this is a great flash. the sad part is i know the real life version of alice lol.

Wholy shit...

So I go to check out NewGrounds today to see what be crackin', and I come accross this fucking AWESOME piece of work. I can't even explain how this shit hit me.

Anyone with any negative comment's toward's this has absolutly no creativity within' themself, nor the mental capacity to even take in a film such as this.

I have nothing but great thing's to say about this film and I'd FUCKING love to see more like it from you. Oh, one more thing, THANK YOU for using that song, I now listen to SplashDown constantly, they're a great band...to bad they broke up.

hey cool

that was refreshing

This is a movie all qho visit ng should watch

The movie is much better once you understand it. Contrary to what someone below said it's not for children. They won't understand it. Am I right in saying the distorted image show when she's gone a little crazy (images are clear when she takes medication). Very subtle. GW

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I watched this movie twice and I think it meant even more the 2nd time around. Some things I still don't understand though, but I can read others' comments for some help. I think what people should consider is that there is a little Alice in all of us.

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3.95 / 5.00

Aug 6, 2003
2:49 AM EDT
Music Video
  • Daily 3rd Place August 7, 2003