"Jack is the only child of two great mothers. He is very pleased with them, but would love to have a little brother. This endearing animal lover, who sometimes feels alone and a little misunderstood, would love to share all his superhero adventures with a younger brother. But for his 8th birthday, he does not get a brother, but a rabbit! In protest and from sheer disappointment, he puts on large rabbit ears and starts searching for a brother himself. He does so by looking for ‘willies’ on the internet. After all, isn’t this how his mothers got him, too? Along with his new, tough girlfriend Harry, he looks for gentlemen who want to donate their willies to one of his mothers. In the process, the curious duo ends up in the most thrilling and funny situations and meet quite a few remarkable characters.
In this original, contemporary family adventure, a miraculous event like maybe getting a brother or sister is told in an equally magical and imaginative way. Full of light-hearted and playful scenes, ditto dialogue and delightful animations. In these modern times, pressing questions like the origin of children are not as simple anymore as the arrival of a stork. Humorous and warm-hearted, this educational story explains how a rather insecure boy discovers that he does not need a little brother at all to make friends with another child."
Two screening versions: in Dutch with Slovenian subtitles and Slovenian live dubbing.