“Watching this, I realized that when I was a kid I used to watch so much more real gruesome stuff then nowadays. This movie actually shocked me and in the end I realized how overly protective we've become.
The story remind me of a much happier animation that had such a "adult" perspective of animals and their society.
"Character: Black Rabbit of Inlé
So what's he do?:
A sinister phantom servant of the god Frith who appears in rabbit folklore. He is the rabbit equivalent of a grim reaper in human folklore, and similarly ensures all rabbits die at their predestined time. "Inlé" is the Lapine term for the moon or darkness.
A sketch rabbit really. Sometimes he materializes into a black rabbit and has red or white eyes.