A young director (Donald Sutherland) can't decide on his next project, so he calls in Fellini in Paul Mazursky's Alex in Wonderland (1970).
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Alex (Donald Sutherland) is the hottest commodity in Hollywood, a first-time director who's completed an unreleased but buzzed-about movie. Opportunity doesn't knock, it hammers. Alex and his wife (Ellen Burstyn) can buy a big home (which one?). He can lunch with a big producer (the producer pitches him). He can dream big (and in outlandish reveries, he does). The only thing Alex can't do is decide what he'll film next. After Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice put them on everyone's Rolodex, the filmmaking duo of Paul Mazursky and Larry Tucker created this far-out exploration of Alex's quandary that's both Felliniesque homage and, fascinatingly so today, a time capsule of Hollywood's take on the values of the '60s. SPECIAL FEATURE: Commentary by Director/Co-Writer Paul Mazursky
Alex is the hottest commodity in Hollywood, a first-time director who's completed an unreleased but buzzed-about movie. Now Alex can't decide what he'll film next. A Felliniesque homage, time capsule of Hollywood's take on the values of the '60s.
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