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Henry V
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None whatsoever.

There is a medieval battle scene with the expected sword-induced injuries/deaths (stabbing/cutting/impaling) with blood spilt. The battle scene is very gory. In addition to the sword fighting, there are deaths by arrows and even drowning in a puddle. Not only men but also adolescent boys are seen lying bloody and dead. One shot that particularly stands out shows a mortally wounded man with copious amounts of blood pouring from his mouth in slow-motion.

A man, executed by hanging, is shown struggling in the noose till dead. This is disturbing.

There are a handful of invocations of God's name, some of which might be considered profane.

There is some word play with common English words sounding like French words that are very vulgar. (There are no subtitles to call attention to this.)

There are Shakespeare words used in the movie including "Hell", "Ass" and "Bastard".

A raunchy tavern scene, some wine drunk. Nothing serious.

Lengthy medieval battle scene.

Recommend MPAA rating: rated PG-13 for language, blood, violence, battle scene.


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Rated PG-13 for a bloody battle
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