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Wonderland (2000)
Starring: Enzo Cilenti, David Fahm, Ian Hart, Shirley Henderson, Kika Markham, Gina McKee, Molly Parker, Sarah-Jane Potts, Jack Shepherd, John Simm, Ellen Thomas, Stuart Townsend
Director: Michael Winterbottom
Category: Drama, Independent, Foreign
Studio: Universal Studios
109 mins



Everybody's looking for something.

Through a series of vignettes, Wonderland focuses on the dreams, conflicts and weekend escapades of three sisters, Debbie (Shirley Henderson), Nadia (Gina McKee) and Molly (Molly Parker).Their quest is universal and eternal:the search for contentment in this world.Molly, full of uncertainty, is due to have her first baby any day.Debbie, with a nine-year-old at home, still spends her nights on the town.Nadia lives alone and is in search of love and companionship.

Three women.Three very different lives all inexorably and beautifully interwoven into a single tapestry of love, pain and pure joy.


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