Bartek Konopka & Piotr Rosolowski, 2009, 52 mins
For 28 years the Berlin Wall “death zone” was a haven for wild rabbits—full of grass, no predators, guards keeping humans out. They were trapped, but happy. One day the walls around them fell, and the rabbits had to abandon their enclave. They moved to West Berlin, formed a few smaller colonies, and as revealed in this tongue-in-cheek “nature film”, are still learning how to live in the free world.
Time: 7pm, November 5.
Location: International House, Coulter Lounge (1414 E. 59th St).
For more information, please visit: http://cis.uchicago.edu/events/2009-2010/1989/