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Anna and the King
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***Although there is no nudity, a woman is seen with revealing cleavage and shoulders exposed for a short while. In a scene a woman is wearing a thin opaque cross band revealing top, her nipple bumps can be easily noticed through the fabric. Most of the film women are modestly dressed and there is about one or two scenes where sex is suggested or implied, but the scene cuts out before any affection at all is shown.

a few battle scenes, including swords and guns... NOTHING GRAPHIC

Rated PG-13 for some intense violent sequences

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