‘Who is Alice’ conveys us on a dimly clever, convincing and now and then recoil commendable trip into the highs and lows of what people will do to attempt to keep away from agony and interface with bliss. Alice is a 35 year old on-screen character urgently holding tight to her ‘new youthful thing’ vocation. She will relinquish nearly everything so as to achieve the top and this mind-bowing story brings us down the rabbit opening with her. Alice meets Dick, an auto salesperson who is frustrated with life and imagining about turning into a profound instructor. Together with a rebel cast of oddball characters they humorously and ponderously tie themselves in tangles as they discover their ‘direction’. What’s more, where does that “way” lead them? … To precisely where they should be. ‘Who is Alice’ utilizes cleverness guided by the a little non-double thinking to help us take a gander at ourselves and life in an unexpected way. In the event that the understanding strikes, your entire viewpoint can change, while ‘in all actuality’ nothing needs to change.