The Last of the Mohicans
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Sex & Nudity

Passionate kissing and embracing---but that is it. No nudity or sex.

Violence & Gore

There is an ambush attack at the beginning of the film where several soldiers are shot which you see a bloodt exit wound and blood but the blood forms in a powder so it lingers in the air whenever someone is shot.Several men (both Indians and soldiers) are killed with tomahawks (some accompanying blood,as many people are slashed and then blood dripples and pours from the wounds. People are hacked with axes and hatchets and blood shoots from the entry wound.) In one quick second-long shot, a man is scalped by an Indian (with no gore, but his skull is seen for a split-second.)

A woman's body is seen with blood on it. We see the burnt legs of a body that presumably belongs to a child.

Indians attack a caravan of both women and men. Several people are killed with guns and tomahawks, but there is blood. One man has his heart cut out by the villain, but the camera view is from behind the villain's shoulder, so his back obscures the actual act. You then briefly see the villain holding the man's heart in his hand (with some blood.)

A man sacrifices himself for the woman he loves. He is burnt alive by Indians, and another character shoots him to put him out of his agony. A bloody wound is seen in his head and blood leaks. In the final battle, several Indians are shot with spray of blood. Another character is stabbed in the back with some blood, and then slit in the throat. The cutting is not seen as the assailant's arm is obscuring it, but sounds are heard and blood sprays on the assailant's face. Another character commits suicide by jumping off a cliff. A villain is beaten and impaled at the film's end.


1 hell and 3 damns.

Someone is shown smoking a pipe. Alcohol is referenced but is not shown.

Intense or disturbing scenes include the scalping, the heart removal, the burning-at-the-stake, and the throat slitting.

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Rated R for violence
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Brazil:12 / Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Chile:14 / Finland:K-14 / France:Unrated / Germany:16 / Iceland:16 / Ireland:15 / Netherlands:16 / Norway:15 / Peru:14 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:PG / Singapore:PG13 (director's cut) / South Korea:15 / Spain:13 / Sweden:15 / UK:12 (original rating) / UK:12 (director's extended cut) (re-rating) (2012) / UK:15 (video rating) (1993) / USA:R (certificate #31878) / USA:Unrated (director's extended cut) / USA:PG-13 (edited version)

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