Running time: 21'

A scientific-comic film about animal life. We cross a toad who doesn’t have, like us, one big baby in her belly, but a lot of little babies on her back, a dunnock polyandrous, a mother hamster who eats her weakest babies to resume forces and allow it to raise its scope, a spider who, out of maternal loving, can be eaten by her babies, and many others surprises. Rossellini embodies them with her fantasy, doing laugh by offst that she creats between the scientific speech and her staging fun and creative. A Rossellinienne exploration of animal life and life lesson for all “mammas.”





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