Director: Izabela Plucińska

directed by Izabela Plucińska written by Izabela Plucińska, Anna Jadowska based on a book by Irene Dische and Hans Magnus Enzensberger animation Izabela Plucińska, Kirill Abdrakmanov, Markus Grysczok set design Agata Rojek, Izabela Plucińska music Max Knoth edited by Dirk Schreier sound Kacper Habisiak, Marcin Kasinski special effects Markus Błędowski, Robert Kern production manager Karsten Matern post-production The Chimney Pot, ul. Syta 68A, 02-993 Warszawa, e-mail: cast (Poland) Maciej Stuhr, Maria Peszek, Wiktor Zborowski, Zbigniew Zamachowski cast (Germany) Manuel Rubey, Anna Fischer, Helmuth Krauss, Ludger Pistor production Donten & Lacrois Films, e-mail:,, co-production Jamila Wenske, Clay Traces producers Jamila Wenske, Izabela Plucińska, Maria Blicharska, Monika Sajko co-financed by the Polish Film Institute; Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg, Kuratorium Junger Deutscher Film, Defa Stiftung

Beta SP / 35 mm, 1:1,85, colour, Dolby Digital 5.1, 25′
Germany – Poland 2009


The main character – a rabbit from the famous Esterházy dynasty from Vienna – is ordered by the family patriarch to go to Berlin to look for a wife: a dream partner, an inhabitant of the surroundings of the famous Berlin Wall. After a long search he finds Mimi and goes to Rabbit Heaven, an area between East and West Berlin. But in 1989, the Wall is destroyed…

A classic animation in plasticine technique.

Translated by Monika Miziniak | Edited by Patricia Koza