Since Gia is not here, I'll take her place as the reporter for this franchise. Welcome to the Alice in the Country of Hearts thread! This news might be two months late, but it's my fault since I don't go on Animenewsnetwork or look at current news in the anime world. Just to give you the heads up.
Quinrose made visual novel games that targets the female audience such as romance genres. Also, they make adaptations of its visual novels into anime and manga.
For you girls and guys who don't know the story:
It's about a girl named Alice Liddel who is bored and frustrated with her life. Suddenly, a white rabbit kidnaps her (opposite of the main story) and forces to play the game with a surprised, forceful kiss. The only way she gets home to to "interact" to with the inhabitants of Wonderland. Many of them are men who are supposed to fall in love with her in their strange way.
It's a parody on unwanted, reverse harem.
Here's the movie trailer.
Description From Youtube Video
I chose this video because it was a link from the CrunchyRoll link. Well, if you knew how to read Japanese, you can figure out its description. I can't read it. The movie hits Japanese theaters in July 30, 2010. (That's why this post is two months late). I don't know when it's coming to the U.S. or the other countries. Even though Tokyopop has released five volumes in North America, it's seems unlikely that this movie will get a dub.
(Please, may I ask someone to translate the description?)
As a wiki editor, I have to watch it sub online like everything to work on it. I'm busy with other projects, so I probably watch during winter if they have it subbed online by that time.
Thank you for reading this late news. I hope you try this series, the visual novel or the manga series.
-Member of Team W.I.K.I Nation and Weird Historian Wiki Editor
Fixed the Synopsis and Company's info as of 12:30 PM Pacific Time. Sorry about that.