Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Reality and Illusion Meet

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Reality and Illusion Meet

Article excerpt

"I BELIEVE as many as six impossible things before breakfast".

That is what Alice (Mia Wasikowska) says to anyone who tells her that something is impossible.

Wasikowska reprises her role as Alice Kingsleigh in Alice in Wonderland's sequel, Alice Through the Looking Glass.

Alice is a dreamer, doer, thinker and an inspirer and nothing is stopping her from reaching new limits.

She returns home from sailing the big beautiful world to find her snotty ex fiancA[c] Hamish (Leo Bill) trying to sign over the deed to her father's ship.

Running from reality, Alice stumbles into a glass mirror and escapes into Wonderland, which isn't so wonderful.

The Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp) is seriously ill and mourning the death of his family.

All he asks of Alice is to bring back his family.

For someone who believes in at least six impossible things before breakfast, this is, quite frankly, impossible.

Even for Alice.

But in an attempt to achieve the impossible, Alice steps outside of time and goes back into the past to change the present. …

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