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Fri 28 Feb 2014, 8:30pm

Where: Pallet Pavilion, Corner Durham Streets and Kilmore Streets, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: mariabarron

“This Oscar nominated short documentary is a tall-but-true tale from a rabbit's point of view. The no man’s land that was once the eastern side of the Berlin Wall is now the skyscraper center of Berlin. For 28 years, the strip of earth enclosed between the two walls was the safest of enclaves for rabbits. Full of grass, no predators, guards to ensure that no one disturbed them. But sadly, one day, the wall fell… The rabbits’ fate serves as a guise for an allegorical tale of a totalitarian system.” – NW Film Forum

“If Werner Herzog remade Watership Down, this would be his template… a lovely modern mini-myth, sarcastic and Beatrix Potter-y in turn.” – Michael Atkinson, Village Voice

Preceded by Esterhazy (Izabela Plucinska, Germany/Poland 2009, 25 mins PG cert)

A small bunny from Vienna called Esterhazy comes to Berlin to search for a mythical bunny paradise where rabbits are kept safe behind a huge wall guarded by soldiers.

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