Watership Down film review


Rabbits in a quest for a safe haven, away from the casual destructiveness of humans, shows 'Watership Down' author Richard Adams as a bit of a prophet in this classic book of 1972.

Made into a moving film, 'Watership Down' the book introduces us to Fiver, Hazel, Bigwig, and the stuff of nightmares - General Woundwort.

'Watership Down' isn't a twee tale about cuddly bunnies, but almost a plea for all wild animals struggling to just live a contented life.

- Paul Rance/

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