“There are no happy endings because nothing ends.”

Clintington on Film

Prior to this film, cartoons for me were what we watched when we got home from school, on Saturday mornings or the Disney Channel.

Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, G.I. Joe, The Transformers, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck….

When I watched this film there was something different.  It was animated, but it didn’t feel like those other “cartoons” to me.  I heard a few “damns” and “hells” as I saw my mother flinch and gasp as we watched it together (Uptight).

The story starts off innocently enough with two hunters talking about never being able to kill game in this forest.  That must mean there is magic afoot.  An enchanted forest?

Our heroine is a horse, but not just any horse (I know it sounds strange, just stick with me).  She finds herself listening to the hunters and then has an annoying conversation with a butterfly that everyone watching wishes…

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