If Tim Burton desires to do a second part/ sequel of his movie Alice in Wonderland, he could do something similar to Dreamchild, a 1985 drama film produced by Verity Lambert, directed by Gavin Millar and written by Dennis Potter.
Dreamchild is a fictionalized story of the real Alice Liddell, the girl who inspired Lewis Carroll’s famous Alice in Wonderland stories. The story is about an elderly Alice, she travels to the United States from England to receive an honorary degree from Columbia University celebrating the centenary of Lewis Carroll’s birth.
Being 80 years old, Alice revisits her memories of Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson), and Wonderland appears in the middle of a Depression-era of New York.
Here is a scene where Alice meets again with the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the Dormouse:
Post author: Daniel Semper