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MPAA Rated R for some strong war violence and language

Sex & Nudity

Violence & Gore

  • Two men ride in a jeep, one is unexpectedly shot in the head causing brain matter and blood to suddenly splatter on the other mans face.
  • A man lies in a ditch with many frozen dead bodies. Close-up of one dead man's face.
  • A man is interrogated harshly: he is deprived of shoes and then clothes. Multiple close-up shots of severely frost-bitten feet (open sores and entirely purple/black).
  • Men crowded in a train are strafed by planes, blood splatters. Planes attack an enemy base, soldiers are shot, blood sprays. Multiple shots of soldiers being engulfed in flames and blown up by bombs.
  • POWs are executed by hanging; throughout the next scene their bodies can be seen/heard hanging.
  • A murder victim's body is discovered.
  • A man is executed by a firing squad.
  • A man is shot in the head at close range, no blood is shown. Lingering shot of a crumpled body.


  • 9 'f' words, reference to Jesus Christ in a cursing manner, and other cussing & crassness.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • The Nazi leader of the POW camp is shown drunk: stumbling and slurring. Many characters smoke; references to cigarettes as a "currency" in the camp.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A grim movie with sustained intense drama, danger, and cruelty. Violence is strong in the opening 45 minutes. Very few comedic or light-hearted scenes. This film deals with the harsh realities of war, POW life, and intense personal/institutional racism.

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