Watership Down

Watership Down
Watership Down

Year

1978

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

After a vision in which he foresees their warren being destroyed, small and nervous rabbit Fiver persuades his brother Hazel to leave in search of a new home - but the life of a rabbit is never easy, and the journey to safety is hampered by everything that nature and man can throw at them. Adapted from Richard Adams' novel, Watership Down is a moving and rewarding experience for all viewers (although 5-6 year olds may find some scenes upsetting).

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Contains very mild language, mild violence and threat

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