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In the evenings, the little Hedgehog went to the Bear Cub to count stars. They would sit on the log and sip tea, gazing at the starry sky. It hung on the roof, just behind the chimney. To the right of the chimney were the Bear Cub's stars and the stars to the left were the Hedgehog's.
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This is one of the most brilliant animated movies I've ever seen. It shows all the little things and the way you can possibly look at it. The Story is touching, and there's something magical at the images...And the whole "world" you see in the movie. This really might change the way you look at the world...
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