Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this is a mostly wordless ballet interpretation of many of Beatrix Potter's books. Kids should read up on the Complete Tales or they will have trouble figuring out what's going on. Pigs run from a butcher's truck, a fox tries to lure a duck for dinner, and Squirrel Nutkin loses his tail (offscreen), then dances around with it and lets other animals toss it around.
Two in-love pigs rub snouts in a kiss.
Squirrel Nutkin is grabbed by an owl, taken into his burrow, and emerges with his tail detached; animals later toss the severed tail around. A fox schemes to lure a duck as his dinner, but runs away when he hears hunters coming. A leering house cat scares mice, and pigs are scared off by a butcher's truck.
While it's not as easy to get the individual lessons from Beatrix Potter's books represented here (thanks to this mostly wordless interpretation), the artistry, imagination, and creativity always shine through.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Panning quickly through Beatrix Potter's house you see a man sitting in an easy chair smoking a cigar.