In the dead of winter, a wolf is torn between hunger and his affection for an adorable young rabbit.

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A wolf is out of food, and begins hallucinating, seeing a rope as sausages and a rolling pin as an ear of corn. A young rabbit, lost in the snow, comes in, and the wolf eyes him hungrily. The rabbit is amazingly polite, and just before the wolf is about to cook him, asks the wolf to be his daddy. The wolf can't bring himself to eat him, and sends him away. But the hunger will not stop, so he sets out in search of the rabbit. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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An extremely good cartoon
23 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If there is a cartoon that represents the best in animation that also includes the message of how all of humanity should treat each other - THIS cartoon is the one. The music, the true cartoon artistry, and most of all, the extremely wonderful underlying moral message all assist me to rate this piece of animation as the best ever done in the entire history of cartoons.

Every emotion is covered in this short cartoon, but it isn't sentimental or schmaltzy at all. This cartoon is simply an unadulterated example of the highest form of the cartoonist's art.

This is a simple, yet profound cartoon that every person in the entire world should watch at least once in their lifetime.


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