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It's the night before Easter, and all hell breaks loose in a small inner-city bakery as workers race against time to fulfill a huge order for hot cross buns.
Rabbit's loyalties to his delinquent brother and the eccentric Mr and Mrs G are put to the test when an unexpected order arrives to bake 330 dozen hot-cross buns by 6:30 the following morning.
Familial relations are severely strained as the minutes relentlessly tick by, and the heat of the oven and tempers rise.
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