This is the second film adaptation of Richard Adams’ adventure novel published in London in 1972. The story revolves around a small group of rabbits, living in the Hampshire county which is located in southern England. It is a peculiar bunch of rabbits who speak their own language and have their genuine culture, original poetry and even fascinating mythology. The tranquil living of the furry animals is interrupted by the destruction of their warren. They gather together and embark on an adventure to conquer new territories. It is not an easy journey to the hill of Watership Down. The rabbits need to be smart and creative in order to overcome the perils along the way. Their unity helps them also to escape the traps, illusions and temptations during the quest of a new home.