All the King's Men
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One instance of rape occurs, though nudity therewith is limited to the exposure of one female breast. The rapist says with a Sabre to the throat of his victim: "Right you are having it you are. You are getting it." He is then shown taking his hands to the lower body of the female victim in motions suggesting removal of clothing, while she cries. Heavy breathing implies the act of sexual violation. The rapist then is seen coving an exposed breast of his victim whilst still holding the sabre to her throat. Marital Intercourse is engaged in and requested by the words "Come on into me now" (No nudity is shown - yet sexual interaction is enacted). At least Three men are fully exposed from the front with their penises in plain sight of the camera. Gonorrhoea is discussed and it is said about the soldier with the sexually transmitted disease: "Well, he should have gone Armoured, like me. I had the same girl straight afterwards. Well, the Sandringham Estate does not cater for every recreational need". A highly distressed and crying woman engages in adulterous sexual intercourse after saying: "I have seen the way you look at me." The man starting to remove her clothing for convenience and ease, then asks: "You want this?", whilst her hands are in the front of his trousers and she replies: "I don't know. I don't care" while she becomes even more distressed and enraptured. He then hitches her up (Implying that he is now physically engaging her sexually. They moan sexually and breathing further implies the act of sexual intercourse, whilst the woman becomes more disturbed and sees visions of her husband and her in the past. She shakes, whilst tears stream down her face.

Soldiers march past at least Three decaying and blood stained Corpses. A wounded 14 year old boy soldier is seen blood-soaked from a gunshot wound and severely distressed. A dead Boars' head is held aloft during a night time guard duty. A Stabbing with a sabre is shown resulting in the falling down of a soldier, during a night time patrol. Subsequently an enemy combatant stalks and attacks a second soldier with the sabre, hand to hand combat ensues. One instance of rape occurs, though nudity therewith is limited to the exposure of one female breast. The rapist says with a Sabre to the throat of his victim: "Right you are having it you are. You are getting it." He is then shown taking his hands to the lower body of the female victim in motions suggesting removal of clothing, while she cries. Heavy breathing implies the act of sexual violation. The rapist then is seen coving an exposed breast of his victim whilst still holding the sabre to her throat. The rapist is shot twice as he commands his victim as his prisoner to "move!" - Once in the throat and once in the head, whilst blood is thrown violently from his wounds. You see a dead soldier being carried to camp by his grieving friend and being disturbed by this firing a round with his pistol. A fallen soldier's body is carried in a bag (Covered under blankets) and placed into his grave. A soldier awakes in hospital with severe and large wounds to his face. A soldier is seen with bandages and an arm and a leg having been amputated (Bandages still have blood on them). War Scenes of blood, Killing by shooting, Bombing and Explosions including explosions causing wounds and blood being seen on the fallen and a soldier being blown up. A man executes himself with a pistol and blood gushes out of his head. Multiple unlawful on the spot single Executions are shown, with the eventual remains of the decaying bodies being found, also being shown. Vomiting is shown.

"Arsehole", "Cheeky Bugger", "Bastard", The names of Christ, God and Jesus are irreverently used on several occasions.

Cigars and Cigarettes are smoken. Alcohol is consumed in various forms. Drunkenness is implied and encouraged by some charterers.

One instance of rape occurs. Several War scenes.


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