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Huo zhe
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Parents Guide for
To Live (1994) More at IMDbPro »Huo zhe (original title)

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There is no nudity. There is a sexually suggestive song with accompanying acting by shadow puppets shown more than once.

A man is shown being shot in the distance during a war scene. He dies in the arms of his friends. Many bloody dead bodies are shown in a battlefield scene. A woman hemorrhages during childbirth and blood is shown running down her leg and pooling on the floor. Several blood soaked rags are shown being thrown into a bucket. A child is shown pouring a bowl of noodles with chili sauce onto the head of another child, temporarily hurting his eyes. The bloodied, dead body of a child who had been crushed in an automobile accident is shown.

The language of the film is Mandarin Chinese. The English subtitles contains words like "bastard", "son of a bitch", and "goddamn it". The word "shit" is used once.

There is no alcohol or drug use.

The scenes of the violent death of friends and family of the protagonists are intense. There is a very intense scene where an adult daughter slowly dies in the arms of her screaming mother while inexperienced medical students fail to stop her bleeding.

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