short film Bunny © Blue Sky
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Bunny

"Baking alone in her kitchen, tattered, old Bunny receives a troublesome late-night visitor from the deepest woods -or deeper. A hairy moth, as battered as Bunny, seems to be stalking her. Her attempts to remove it only make the moth more insistent. What is it about this nocturnal pest that stirs her deepest fears and memories? To find out, she must go through an emotional metamorphosis that sheds a whole new light on this quirky but heart-warming tale." -- from Blue Sky's "Bunny" website

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My review of the bunny short film is a funny but confusing hairy moth that the bunny tries to get. That bunny is angry and mad at the moth. This...
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I always thought this one was kind of strange, but it's the strangeness that made me watch it again. It has it's odd and funny moments. For a...
Created by: Blue Sky
Language: no dialogue
Country of Origin: USA
Directed by: Chris Wedge
Produced by: Nina Rappaport
Musical Score by: Kathleen Brennan and Tom Waits
Writing Credits: Chris Wedge

Winner of the 1999 Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. It is available on the Ice Age DVD.

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Introducing "Bunny" [Blue Sky] -- images, general info and acclaim
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