A Sexed-Up Vision of Topsy-Turvy Fantasylands
In Austria in the early 1910s, three women chance to meet at a luxurious hotel. Gradually, we notice that their backgrounds and sexual experiences bear striking parallels to the experiences of three of the most famous characters in children's literature, all grown up. Wendy from Peter Pan represses her passions in a loveless marriage to a much older Englishman. Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz, once again far from Kansas, tours Europe as an earthy but wide-eyed recovering farm girl. Alice from Alice in Wonderland, an aristocratic lesbian older than the other two, pursues a discretely decadent lifestyle.
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