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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

There are several very brief scenes of female nudity. Only one is shown in full for a second, the rest are glimpses of bare breast, (One woman is shown clearly removing her top and her full chest is shown.

A man and woman are in bed naked and the blanket is pulled off of them. The man is visible down to his stomach and the woman quickly covers herself with a big pillow.

There is a scene during a war that shows things happening in different places at the same time. The views jump from point to point - in one place a countess is pulled down by one soldier while another rapes her. The picture jumps between this and another scene of cannons destroying a house. There are two or three very brief shots of the rape happening and no nudity is shown.

A man grabs ahold of a prostitute in a dark alley, forcing kisses upon her and reaching up her skirt, before letting her go. This scene is shadowed and very brief.

Violence & Gore

A man throws a fit or rage and breaks furniture in a room, throwing a chair though a window.

A scene of war where cannons are firing everywhere and people are hiding inside houses as the ceilings fall apart. A young boy is killed in an explosion. A woman is raped by a soldier (see above desciption) and has her throat cut (we her a slice sound and hear her faint gasps as blood trickes across her neck.

A man wrestles with another man in anger causing him to have a coughing fit that results in him coughing up blood.

A young man is slapped in the face by another man.

A young boy is beaten by his father (we see the fathers back and he hits the boy across the head hard and repeatedly. )

A young man attempts to shoot himself but is clumbsy and gets only a cut-like bullet wound. He is later shown with bloody bandages on his head.

Profanity

Not too much swearing, occasional words such as: sh**, A**, bast***, b**ch, wh*re, da**, he**.

(It seems like alot when listed, but they are spread out.)

Wine is drunk at a regal dinner

several people are shown at a pub drinking beer.

several different men are shown drunk, and one attempts to shoot himself.

And older man gulps down a large glass of beer.

The war scene is pretty intense for young viewers

The beating of a young boy from his father is pretty harsh.

There is alot of yelling throughout the whole movie. Some younger children could be frightened by the angry men.



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MPAA:
Rated R for scenes of violence and sexuality

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