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75′

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New Rabbitland

New Rabbitland

New Rabbitland is a story about the construction of a utopian city by forced labour, and the cumulative effects of small injustices.

In the grey world of the Pink Rabbits, an isolated city-state, a dictatorship on the edge of democracy, nothing has happened for years and the Rabbits go about their monotonous lives. One day, the State announces New Rabbitland - a perfect city to be built on the site of old Rabbitland. The passive rabbits don’t really care until bulldozers appear on the streets and began to clear space for the new utopia. Zek is a young civil service rabbit employed to promote New Rabbitland. By the time she realises the project is a scam by the corrupt administration and will never actually be built, most of old Rabbitland is in ruins. The rabbits whose houses have been demolished now live in temporary reception centres and are used as free labour for new demolitions. Despite the obvious reality, most rabbits still believe in the new city, which is endlessly promoted on the State Social Network. Zek sees leaving the country as her only choice, but the world outside Rabbitland is not what she expected

Director and Scriptwriter
Ana Nedeljković
ananedeljkovic1@gmail.com

Country of production

Serbia

Target audience

adults, young adults

Animation Technique

stop motion

Production company

Film House Bas Celik
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