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This is the life story of an otter living in the English countryside, from his birth to when he first learns to swim, hunt and look after himself. It is beautiful and touching in places, with great footage of the otters (who prove to be natural stars) living along the river. However, it is worth knowing that the film stays true to Henry Williamson's classic book (and to reality), so there are some very distressing scenes.
Terry Jones wrote and directed this charmingly modernised version of Kenneth Grahame's 1908 children's classic.
5–11 years 83 mins
Moving and rewarding animation about rabbits on a long journey to safety.
7–14 years 88 mins
1970s animal movie about a hunter who takes pity on an orphaned fox cub based on the novel The Ballad of the Belstone Fox.
7–11 years 98 mins
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