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POWs being de-loused (some buttocks).

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.

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.

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.

Rated R for some strong war violence and language

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