Synopsis for the Theatrical Short Peata ratsanik (The Headless Horseman)

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Peata ratsanik

Peata ratsanik

English Title: The Headless Horseman

Peata ratsanik (The Headless Horseman) (2001) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical Short
  • Distributed by: Eesti Joonisfilm
  • Cartoon Characters: Headless Horseman.
  • Originally Released in 2001.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 11:07 minutes.
  • Estonia  Estonia

Cartoon Summary:

"The Headless Horseman" tells the story of a solitary and brutal hero, the headless horseman. The headless horseman is an ordinary resident of the Grand Canyon. The only difference is that he has no head. The headless horseman suffers from a serious inferiority complex, thanks to that one factor that makes him different from the other canyon residents. This makes him terribly violent.

Through a series of ordeals, the headless horseman manages to find himself a new head. Namely, the headless horseman sticks to the moon shining in the sky, and he becomes a moonface with a big head. Unfortunately, the headless horseman does not become any better as a person despite his new moon face. He remains as solitary and brutal as before.

"The Headless Horseman" is a story of compromise between society and the individual.

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