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Bunny (2010)

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A young boys bunny is...Stolen. A young boy leaves his daycare to go home and feed his only friend Bunny, but Bunny is gone. He has a special set of skills acquired from hits Canadian ... See full summary »

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John Barbieri ...
Errol
Scott Clark ...
Morgan
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Tracy
Griffin Hyde ...
Danny
Natalie Toth ...
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A young boys bunny is...Stolen. A young boy leaves his daycare to go home and feed his only friend Bunny, but Bunny is gone. He has a special set of skills acquired from hits Canadian Mounties. He doesn't know who took his bunny, he doesn't know what they want from him. But nobody messes with his brother! NON stop ACTION from the first minute till 5 minutes later when it's over. You'll cheer as he interrogates and decapitates the children who have no answers for him. Will he find Bunny?

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A young boy ventures into the ghetto to save his stolen bunny.

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Short | Drama

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$20,000 (estimated)
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Pulls you in -- memorable
28 May 2013 | by (Bridgewater, NJ) – See all my reviews

A short film with a but big impact.

It's a quiet, understated story involving a couple of boys and a pet bunny. Not much is said -- boys that age don't say much, other than "I dunno" anyway. The acting is fine, and the boys achieve that scuffling-around feeling like when you ask a boy what he's doing and the answer is always "nothing."

When something happens, it happens quickly, and you immediately want something else to happen. You want it put right. Later you think that you still wanted "the right thing" to happen, but now you're not so sure. Maybe what happened is what should have happened.

It leaves you feeling a little happy, a little sad, but mostly good. Good for them!


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