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Harlon has been tormented since childhood by visions of the white rabbit his father forced him to kill while hunting as a young boy. Now a bullied teenager, Harlon's undiagnosed mental illness is getting worse. He begins to hear voices and imagines the characters in his dark comic books are speaking to him. The rabbit along with other imaginary characters taunt him into committing one final act of revenge. Written by
I thought we were going to have a rip off of Donnie Darko when I saw the title of the movie but apart of the main character having visions and hallucinations it's not comparable. In White Rabbit the main character Harlon Mackey played by Nick Krause is getting bullied at school, has not a lot of friends, and even at home things are not particularly good. After a day hunting with his father he is traumatized when he had to shoot a defenseless white rabbit. From that point he's starting hallucinating, hearing voices speaking to him from his favorite comic book. I thought Nick Krause did a good job with his character. And the other actors were all good as well. The story is entertaining and is an example of a lot of things that go wrong in the education of kids in the United States. Teaching your kids to shoot guns at their young age, buying them guns as a present, prayer groups before going to school etc, all things that will mess up a kid if he's borderline disturbed. Kids that are getting bullied, that are outcasts in their school, it's not a good idea to give them guns as a present. And that's why in America you get shootings at schools etc... Things that you almost never see in Europe. I did enjoy the movie, especially the acting of Nick Krause.
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