PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
Keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Antonina and Jan Zabinski, must save hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion in WWII Poland.
During the Liquidation of the Ghetto, the song that Urszula (Shira Haas) sings along with others at the Seder is "the Four Questions", often sung by children at the Seder, asking the adults the meaning behind the Passover Seder and its components.
You can never tell who your enemies are, or who to trust. Maybe that's why I love animals so much. You look in their eyes, and you know exactly what's in their hearts. They're not like people.
When Antonina talks to Urszula about the rabbit, she refers to the animal as female. Later, Urszula refers to it as male and has given it a male name. Both can't be true, and presumably Antonina, being familiar with animals, is right and Urszula is wrong.
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