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27th International Film Festival

for Children and Young Audience

8 – 15 OCT 2022

Rabbit School – Guardians of the Golden Egg


Original title: Die Häschenschule - Jagd nach dem Goldenen Ei
German title: Die Häschenschule - Jagd nach dem Goldenen Ei
Trailer
76 min
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2016
Germany
from 5 years
2017 | Chemnitz Festival Premiere
Direction: Ute von Münchow-Pohl
Script: Katja Grübel, Dagmar Rehbinder, Dagmar Rehbinder

SCHLINGEL Year

2017 | German Focus


Additional Information
Production
Akkord Film Produktion GmbH

City rabbit Max, who lives in an old supply shaft, can only laugh at the picture book “The Rabbit School”. This is kid stuff and nothing for him! He will soon belong to the “crazy rabbits”, the coolest gang in the neighbourhood. But due to a crash landing, Max finds himself in exactly this picture book’s rabbit school. Here in the deep forest, everything is quite different from the city, so old-fashioned and good-natured. There are no cool clothes, no hot shower, and rabbit school is not for chilling, but for diligent learning. Max has to leave, as soon as possible! But he can only get through the impenetrable rose-hedge by controlling the “vanishing bus”, one of the most difficult Easter bunny exercises. In addition, there is lovely Emmi and the mean foxes who want to steal the golden, magical egg and thus put Easter at risk. Sure, the big city rabbit must help his new friends. So without noticing it, Max is on his way to become a real childhood Easter bunny.