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December 25, 2010 11:30 PM Subscribe
What is the significance of the rabbit in the film Mona Lisa?
posted by infinitewindow to media & arts (2 answers total)
When George (Bob Hoskins) tries to approach Mortwell (Michael Caine) post-prison, he brings a white rabbit with floppy ears. What's up with that?
I've read theories online about allusions to fairy-tales, Of Mice and Men and Alice in Wonderland, but there has to be some sort of reason other than aesthetics, right? Like maybe there's some sort of Cockney slang or London underworld custom that refers to rabbits.