Monday, March 17, 2008


This is a very sweet Jimmy Stewart film. It is the story of a mother and daughter struggling with their crazy relative, Stewart. Stewart claims to have an invisible 6'3" rabbit as his best friend. His sister and niece attempt to have him committed, but the doctors become confused and commit the sister instead. The entire film is a series of mixups, and while everyone else is in constant confusion, Stewart remains calm, kind and collected throughout. He is a friend to all, and this film really portrays the importance of character and self-assurance.

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