A plain glass vase, a few simple flowers. The photographer Abelardo Morell offers a paean to his feelings — and evokes a cavalcade of art heroes.
This sequel to Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland,” directed by James Bobin, offers a world of grotesque overabundance cluttered with special-effects gadgetry.
Disney is counting on James Bobin, known for working on “Da Ali G Show” and the “Muppets” movies, to extend its franchise with “Alice Through the Looking Glass.”
“Then She Fell” derives its fractured narratives, its doppelgängers and mirror images, from “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass.”