Rabbit á la Berlin

TitleRabbit á la Berlin
Publication TypeFilm
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsKonopka, Bartek
Running Time51 minutes
Date Released2009
DistributorDeckert Distribution
Publication Languageeng
Abstract

This Oscar-nominated documentary explores the lives of the wild rabbits who lived in the No Man's Land between the Berlin Wall. When the Wall came down in 1989, the rabbits scattered, became fearful, and ultimately migrated westward. The film is a larger allegory on totalitarianism and social and political change in Eastern Europe.

Credits

produced by Heino Deckert and Anna Wydra

directed by Bartek Konopka

written by Bartek Konopka and Mateusz Romaszkan 

Genre

documentary

Original PublicationKrólik po berlińsku
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