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Sex & Nudity

Violence & Gore

Martin's house is shown burned, but his family is alright.

Police are seen using police dogs and fire hoses on protesters.

Martin Luther King Jr. is shot (offscreen).


Use of the words negro, cracker.

A man is seen smoking a cigarette.

suggested rating PG for depictions of racism and brief historical smoking.

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