Cinema’s friendship with magic is not a new phenomenon. Since the first public screening, cinema has begun to be seen as a magical invention in itself, as a means of convincing audiences to alternative worlds.
Hilmi Yavuz, who states that past is a matter of identity for him, describes identity as the thing which remains unchanged within the changing itself. (Yavuz, 33). Does anything remain unchanged in an eleven-years-old child’s mind, then?
The foremost factor making Alice in Wonderland memorable is that it exceeds the limits of its time. Lewis Carroll talks about many things, which cannot even be discussed under the oppression of the Victorian regime.