The Plague Dogs (’83) is really so bleak, dark, and distressing i could hardly think it exists.

The Plague Dogs (’83) is really so bleak, dark, and distressing i could hardly think it exists.

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The Plague Dogs Will Mess You Up

An tale that is animated of dogs, The Plague Dogs is decidedly perhaps not for young ones. I understand any true amount of adults whose psyches it might destroy. It’s written and directed by Martin Rosen, in line with the novel by Richard Adams, whoever earlier unique, Watership Down, Rosen also adapted for the display screen (to rather p r impact, I’m afraid). I’ve never read The Plague Dogs, so I don’t know what had been lost in interpretation, but in a twist hitherto unknown within the annals of movie, Rosen eliminated the b k’s ending that is happy replaced it with one we might call “uncertain,” if not “profoundly sad.” In reality the movie’s closing matches the main one Adams initially penned before their editors convinced him to lighten things up prior to publication.

The movie starts having an Labrador that is adorable (voiced by Christopher Benjamin), being experimentally drowned in a animal research laboratory. But wait, young ones! Rowf isn’t dead, the alleged “white-coats” just wanted to see exactly how Rowf that is long could water in a tank until he gave up and died. Continue reading “The Plague Dogs (’83) is really so bleak, dark, and distressing i could hardly think it exists.”