A bear is stuck in a cage for display in a park, with no hope of escape. This jaunty French short film is about freedom and musicality, as the bear conspires with a group of nearby birds to be set free from his enclosure. The representation of tolerance and cooperation are sophisticated and multifaceted; attentive viewers will spot the level of respect offered by the bear to the birds, and vice versa, with regard to their different abilities. This excellent work demonstrates, with a carnivalesque flourish, the will to overcome differences for the pursuit of mutual aid. Other works in the corpus themed around cages are Caged for the same age range and Fences [Ploty] for older viewers. The idea of confinement can be used to discuss the good and bad aspects of containment and borders in contemporary life.