Rabbit Ears - The Boy Who Drew Cats Trailer

Rabbit Ears - The Boy Who Drew Cats Trailer (1991)

14 September 1991

This is the story of a small Japanese boy whose only interest is drawing pictures of cats...even while everyone else in the village is struggling to defeat a mysterious demon that plagues the countryside. Although first seen as entirely useless, it is the boy's peculiar talent that ultimately restores prosperity to the land. This haunting and enchanting folktale about finding your place in the world resonates with deep respect for and appreciation of Japanese culture.

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