“Where did the Easter Bunny come from?” The concept of a hare or rabbit distributing decorated eggs on Easter Sunday can be traced back to customs found in Lutheran Germany. This animated film provides a fantasy take on the custom.
(* Music: “Beautiful Always”, Sung by Tal Altman)
The Easter Bunny’s origins are explained in a marital union between a hen and rabbit who give life to an adorable bunny that inherits the unorthodox ability to lay colored eggs.
The bunny has trouble fitting in with his fellow creature contemporaries who make fun of his unusual ability.
Feeling defected, he runs away to the human city in the distance, leaving his worried parents behind with nothing more than a newly laid easter egg on his bed.
He is soon picked up by a young girl and made famous in the human world, making headlines with the uniqueness that had previously left him feeling isolated.
However, before long, he begins to miss his parents and his old world, leading him back to his family and providing the viewer with a fairytale, perfect ending.
Ready to Follow the Bunny for the egg hunt?