On Bureaucracy And Giant, Killer Rabbits

I know I’m rather late to the party, on this point, but it occurs to me that there’s one very under-explored way to look at the problems of bureaucratic structures: Night of the Lepus.

Here’s a 1972 horror film… about giant, killer bunny rabbits. The screenplay is based on a butchered version of an Australian novel that’s apparently at least decent and the movie isn’t even as disturbing as what we did to them in 1950.

Throughout the production process, there were likely countless people who recognized ways to, at the very least, make it not as horrible, but because of the nature of the process, what we got was a movie so bad that I’ve yet to see a more misleading trailer.

I’d go into more detail, but aside from not going big enough when he covered it on The Big Picture in order to keep things on topic, MovieBob’s done a much better job on this point than I probably could.

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