An elderly widowed rabbit grieving her husband's death is encountered by a moth who invites her into the afterlife.

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Bunny, an elderly rabbit who uses a walker, is in her kitchen one night baking a cake. A photograph from her wedding day is on her wall. A pesky and persistent moth bangs about the kitchen. She shoos it outside, turns off the porch light, and returns to her baking. The moth finds its way back into the kitchen, she bats it with a wooden spoon, and it falls into the mix. She stirs it up, pours the batter into a pan, and pops it into the oven. But the moth isn't done: it has a different mission, turning the oven into a portal, and inviting Bunny on a voyage of reunion. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Chris Wedge regretted that he didn't get Bunny (1998) into his movie Ice Age (2002) as an Easter egg. See more »

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Dramatic and Heartwarming.
1 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of Blue Sky's earlier projects before Ice Age.

It has a similar look to Ice Age, even thought up by Chris Wedge who made Ica Age and Robots possible.

Bunny is about a lonely old Rabbit(female). She's been lonely for a long time, ever since her husband died.

One night while baking a cake she gets annoyed by a moth.

But that moth may lead her to see her late husband again.

It's a short film, so there's not much to say about it. It has a little bit of humor, but it's more drama than comedy. So don't expect it to be an Ice Age like CG film.

It's still worth seeing. You're able to see it off the Ice Age DVD.


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