Alice Through the Multiverse

Alice Through the Multiverse

by Brian Medwin Trenchard-Smith
Alice Through the Multiverse

Alice Through the Multiverse

by Brian Medwin Trenchard-Smith

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Overview

Alice awakens in a psychiatric hospital believing she is the daughter of a 16th century executioner. Is she insane? Or has a portal in the multiverse opened to a past life, where Alice and her outlaw lover are hunted by a corrupt noble and his henchmen, whose modern counterparts pursue her still? What is the agenda of the handsome young doctor who kidnaps her? Why will Security Agents kill to possess her? Are cosmic forces in play to change both past and future? Get ready for a time paradox roller coaster ride, blending thriller genres in a sardonic take on history, destiny, and timeless love, as Alice is catapulted back and forth between deadly conspiracies beyond her understanding. But Alice is resourceful and brave...


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798985674712
Publisher: Brian Trenchard-Smith
Publication date: 03/15/2022
Pages: 298
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Brian Trenchard-Smith is an Anglo Australian film and television director, producer, and writer, with a reputation for large scale movies on small scale budgets. Quentin Tarantino referred to him in Entertainment Weekly as his " favorite obscure director.". His early work is featured in Not Quite Hollywood, an award-winning documentary released by Magnolia in August 2009.Born in England, where his Australian father was in the RAF, Trenchard-Smith attended UK's prestigious Wellington College, where he neglected studies in favor of acting and making short films, before migrating to Australia.Among early successes were The Man From Hong Kong, a wry James Bond/Chop Sockey cocktail, the Vietnam battle movie Siege Of Firebase Gloria, and the futuristic satire Dead End Drive-In, a particular Tarantino favorite. BMX Bandits, showcasing a 15-year old Nicole Kidman, won the Prix Chouette in Europe, as Best Saturday Matinee Movie. Miramax's The Quest/Frog Dreaming, starring ET's Henry Thomas, now on Blu Ray, won a prize at Montreal's Children's Film Festival. He has directed 43 episodes of television series as diverse as Silk Stalkings, Time Trax, Five Mile Creek, The Others, Flipper, Chemistry, and the Showtime docu-drama DC 9/11: Time Of Crisis, one of five movies he made for the network. Recently released through Image is Drive Hard, an offbeat action comedy with John Cusack as the bank robber and Thomas Jane as his reluctant driver.His body of work has been honored at the Paris Cinema, Karlovy Vary, Melbourne, Brisbane and Toronto Film Festivals. In 2016 he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival. The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia recently hosted a three city retrospective of his films. He is a member of the Masters of Horror Circle, and is a contributing guru to Trailers From Hell.com. He is married to Byzantine historian Dr. Margaret Trenchard-Smith, and lives in Portland, Oregon.
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