DaazoFilms Europe
Mar 9, 2013

“Berlin without a wall is no longer as snug” – as one protagonist of this play clay animation film shall regret fully remark, witnessing the revolutionary changes of 1989 in Europe. It is a story of a bunny from Vienna who, upon his arrival in Berlin, finds paradise in the no-man’s land between the walls, as well as the love of his life, which – he hopes – will allow him to improve the genetic makeup of the crumbling aristocratic lineage he belongs to. Adapted from a children’s book written by Irene Dische and Hans Magnus Enzensberger, the filmtells the story of a recent past, which for some has brought long-awaited freedom, and for others disappointment and a longing for the former system, commonly known as ‘ostalgia’. Merging detailed realism with surrealism, Plucińska animates the mascot of the united Berlin to perversely and without prejudice look back at the events from 20 years ago.

Izabela Plucińska


Country of origin: Poland
Categories: Anime and Animation
Hashtags: polish shorts 
Related films
At the end of World War II the Nazis build a time machine. This technology would enable them to snatch victory. However, nobody knows what will really happen if they succeed.
A delicious recipe for a quick lunch, from a vanishing age, served fresh and hot at a roadside shack. Sharing a meal like this with anyone should be a pleasurable thing. Except when it has a suprising twist...
Getting new boobs is a big experinence for your friend and also for your colleagues. A historical comedy from Keilly and Roeters.
Favourited by
No followers.