This bunny is not for the squeamish

It's strangely artistic, like a Dutch still life: this disturbing short film by Sam-Taylor Wood defies our expectations of decomposition, as a rabbit churns with decay while a peach sitting nearby remains fresh. (Video below the fold, so as not to gross anyone out by surprise).

Via wouldn't you like to see something strange - there's a second video over there, though not as creepy as this one.

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