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A Look at 'Phoebe in Wonderland' Through New Clip

February 14, 2009 (3:05 am) GMT
Elle Fanning's Phoebe performs a musical numbers with her fellow school production cast while Principal Davis watches impatiently off-stage in a newly-released clip of 'Phoebe in Wonderland'.
A Look at 'Phoebe in Wonderland' Through New Clip

Apple has got its hands on an exclusive clip from "". In the nearly two-minute clip, it can be seen that Phoebe, who is portrayed by 's sister , is staging one of the musical numbers in the family drama fantasy film. While she takes the stage with her friends, Principal Davis watches her from below and waits impatiently.

"Phoebe in Wonderland" is the fantastical tale of a young girl named Phoebe, who struggles to follow the rules. Longing to be in the school production of Alice in Wonderland, she finally lands a part on the production but her unconformable behavior jeopardizes her chance to star in it. Perplexed by her inability to get along with the rule-obsessed world around her, Phoebe seeks enlightenment and comfort from her unconventional drama teacher.

Exploring Phoebe's self-discovery and her journey to find acceptance, the ThinkFilm family drama is penned and directed by Daniel Barnz. Starring Elle Fanning, it features , , and Campbell Scott as well. Premiered in the Dramatic Competition at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, this film is slated for limited U.S. release on March 6.

"Phoebe in Wonderland" Clip:


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