"Agatha Christie's Poirot: Hercule Poirot's Christmas (#6.1)"
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Sex & Nudity

There is a scene early in the show where non-married people are sleeping together. It begins with him walking in on her in bed with no clothes on her except the bedsheets. Sex is implied. In the morning, the man is gone and the woman is shown looking for him, with that scene starting with her not being clothed. Risqu, but nothing explicit is shown.

About halfway through the show, there is a scene where a husband and wife are having a morning discussion in their bedroom/bathroom. He is dressed in a towel and she is dressed in an immodest satin nightgown.

In the background of many of the scenes there are nude African statutes.

One of the main characters talks about siring children across the world and being very proud of that.

Violence & Gore

A scene is replayed showing a man in a wheelchair being murdered by having his throat cut. No blood or gore is shown, but it is an intense scene of violence.

A woman is attacked by a man with a club. Not directly shown.


There are some scenes that contain alcohol and cigarettes, however the film as a whole does not condone smoking or excessive alcohol use.

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Australia:PG / Finland:K-12 (2015) / UK:PG (video rating) (2000)

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