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Parents Guide for
Andrei Rublev (1966) More at IMDbPro »Andrey Rublev (original title)

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A man does a handstand and his bare butt is seen.

A group of men and women run through the woods and wade through a river in the nude. Some of the women can be seen naked, mostly from a distance, in low-light, running around, quick shots, nothing too explicit.

Moaning sounds of a woman while kissing can be heard. Nothing is seen.

A woman is seen jumping from a stair, and her robe opens all the way in the front as she jumps. The scene is dark and a shadow of her pubic region is seen very, very briefly.

A man (who is tied up) discuses morality with a woman. The woman approaches and removes her coat, showing him her naked body, and kisses him against his will. This lasts only for a few seconds and only her bare back and side of her breasts are shown as she unties him. A brief glimpse of her breasts is visible a couple of minutes later.

A woman gets her robe pulled off by people persecuting her. We see her running naked into the water, mostly seen from the back and side.

A woman is seen being dragged away by men to be raped.

A group of soldiers watch a woman lying with her dress pulled up. This is seen briefly, from some distance, and we only see her legs as she gets up and pulls the dress down.

A lunatic woman pees while standing inside a monastery with her clothes on.

A man kisses another man on the lips at the coronation (non-sexual).

A general remark on all this: all of the nudity scenes are in a 11 minute segment of the movie; and although the descriptions make it seem like there is a lot of nudity being shown, the final effect is very mild, mostly used in a non-sexual manner.

This movie involves real animal abuse: a horse stumbles off an out door staircase and is then stabbed to death with a spear, and a cow is seen running around engulfed in flames.

scenes of medival related violence.

people are beaten and brutalized

people are killed with swords and other weapons during a barbarian raid.

a teenage boy has his neck slashed. he falls to the ground and blood flows out all over his neck.

many people crowded in a church are killed. we see their corpses covering the floor.

a mans eyes are stabbed out. we see him stumbling around with bloody holes where his eyes should be.

a man is briefly seen being crucified. we see the nails start to be pounded into his hands.

a man is tortured by barbarians. they burn him with a torch and pour boiling water down his throat. he's then pulled across the ground by a horse. his body his bloody and wounded.

various scenes of people being beaten and treated badly. people are carried away and are heard screming as theyre tortured.

some mild swearing and one use of "motherfucker"

This movie contains real scenes of what is now considered animal abuse, which may be unsettling to many. The death of the horse is particularly horrific.

The film is pretty dark and unsettling. It is very pessimistic and dark. The film touches on themes of religion. The violence in some scenes can be intense.

Suggested MPAA rating: Rated R for brief strong language, violence, and some nudity.


Certification:
Argentina:13 / Australia:PG / Finland:K-16 / Hong Kong:IIA / Iceland:16 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:NC-16 / Sweden:15 / Taiwan:R-12 (2017) / UK:AA (original rating) / UK:15 (re-rating) (2004) / UK:12 (re-rating) (1991) / USA:Not Rated / West Germany:12

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