As Wonderland Goes By (2013) Movie

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Red Square Films [au]

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Running Time
140 (original version)

You always get to hear about the shameful behavior of the losers, never the winners.

70mm-film, bulgaria, car, cigarette-smoking, cold, country, dancing, europe, female-nudity, freezing, getaway, gun, hungary, independent-film, jealousy, kidnapping, love, lover, mercedes, murder, nightclub, police, russia, singer, snow,

Technical Support
CAM:Panavision 65 HR Camera, Panavision System 65 Lenses
CAM:Red Epic
LAB:Boyana Film Laboratory, Sofia, Bulgaria - (film processing)
OFM:65 mm - (Kodak Vision3 500T 5219)
OFM:Redcode RAW
PCS:Panavision Super 70
PCS:Redcode RAW - (5K) (aerial shots)
RAT:2.20 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Ford, Ivan as [Van Diemen] <6>
  2. Mor, Dan as [Zoltan Horthy] <7>


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Full Plot

In the wake of a hit gone wrong, Nikita, an exiled Russian assassin takes Zoe, a defected American libertine, on a no holds barred, sexually charged adventure across the old Eastern Bloc in search of refuge and freedom. Hot on their trail and intent on capture is a mix of east and west governments, the industrial military complex, a private paramilitary group, a British bounty hunter and a crack squad of bloodthirsty South Slavic mercenaries. The hunt, however, is not what it seems as a shocking revelation from Nikita turns the tide of a simple getaway into a potential worldwide catastrophic event that threatens the modern world and the total annihilation of liberty. Laszlo Mohacsi Plot not found

Total Business

BT: AUD 1,000,000


  1. Windon, Marc


Red Square Films [au] - (2012) (worldwide) (video)

Film Editors

  1. Mohácsi, László


  1. Archibold, Leslie (researcher)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Budapest, Hungary - (street scenes)
  2. Belgrade, Serbia - (opening sequence)


- Although the filming budget was quite low, the filmmakers opted to shoot the entire movie on 65/70mm film. This was made possible with a low shooting ratio of 10:1. Some aerial shots were completed using a Red Epic in 5K FF matching the 65/70mm aspect ratio of 2.20:1.