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The effect of having a lullabye played against a horror movie is one that works well and has been done many times. In this case, since the lyrics have nothing to do with what's happening on screen, I feel it would have been more effective not to have the voice singing along. The soft music alone gives us the effect needed, and without the singing, it would be even softer, creating a stronger contrast with the horror noises.
We are sorry that we confused English audience.
Originally we filmed story by old Russian poem:
One, two, three and four and five,
A bunny goes for a walk of his life.
A hunter runs out: what a shock!..
... shots right into bunny like a hawk!...
My bunny dies as broken toy!
We took him home. Aie-aie-aie!
And there it turned out that he is alive!
Than we surprisingly discovered that the poem has the same music as Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, and changed the lyrics in English version )
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