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Parents Guide for
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There is one scene where a man has a young girl in his bed room on his bed. He kisses her fiercely, but she pulls away.

A man accidentally touches a woman's clothed breast.

In a peasant uprising against the Kings army, many people are impaled, knifed, and sliced by spears, knives and swords.

Bowen hunts down and fights dragons. He has a shield covered in dragon teeth.

A guy kills his mom off-screen. Her scream is heard, but nothing is shown.

An old man gets shot in the heart with an arrow. he falls back and dies.

Bowen gets stuck in Draco's mouth for at least two minutes. He has his sword stuck in the roof of Draco's mouth, and several times threatens to push it farther in. This scene may be disturbing for some viewers.

Skeletons are seen in Draco's cave When Bowen enters it.

Draco pulls up his scale several times during the film, revealing a red scar.

At the beginning of the film, Einon gets stabbed in the chest. This wound is disturbing to some viewers.

"For God's sake" is used as an exclamation. "Good Lord" is used once. Names like lout, scum, and vagabond are used throughout the film.

There is a scene where several men are eating and drinking wine. They are all drunk.

There is a thunderstorm scene with ghostly sounds from former knights that may frighten younger kids. When one of the main characters dies, it is very sad and emotional.

Rated PG-13 for action/violence

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