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Sennen joyû
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Parents Guide for
Millennium Actress (2001) More at IMDbPro »Sennen joyû (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

-The cameraman says a subtle joke about flirting an older woman.

- A couple is about to kiss, but they stop.

- A woman shows to her daughter several photographs of men who want to ask her hand in marriage.

Violence & Gore

-A man throws a bag to another man in the face. This is seen as a slapstick comedy, no one gets hurt.

-A young woman is beaten (we don't see this; we seen the woman bruised and gasping. not graphic.)

- A man approaches the window of the train car, when the man looks to see out, get very close shots and ricochets. In other scene the same man is surrounded by a horde of flaming arrows. In either case he is injured

-A train is assaulted by bandits, derails and catches on fire, several people are fleeing the fire, then the train robbers start to shoot. No one is harmed onscreen

-- A Japanese feudal castle is consumed by flames, while a battle going on outside the castle. We see the actors dodging falling debris burning.

-A man limps through the snow, and a girl sees his blood has dripped onto the snow.

-There is intense ninja battle in a scene, but no one is harmed and no blood is seen.

-The World War II era takes places in the film, and bombs are seen dropping. No one is harmed onscreen.

-There is a scene where a soldier aims a gun to a girl, but one man stands in front to receive the shot for her, blood is not shown

-A man is seen with a large scar on his face.

-Several men threaten a woman with swords. In another scene, the same men fight the girl, and she knocks them down (they are hit with the handle of her sword rather than the blade, so there is striking as opposed to slicing.)

-A girl and a woman fight with daggars. No one is harmed.

-Two women fight in ninja style, one woman throws to the other one a large knife tied to a string, which impacts on her chest. Later we see that the knife is stuck in a log that the girl used under her clothing for protection.

-We see a man's dead body covered in a blanket with sword stabbed into it, there is some blood. In the same scene, a woman attempts to commit suicide by stabbing herself in the throat with one of the swords (she is stopped.)

-We hear that a man is going to be executed.

Profanity

-Uses of mild words like "Idiot" , "Stupid" , "Fool" and one use of "Bastard"

- A pack of cigarettes is seen in an editing room, but no one is seen smoking.

- A Witch gives a potion to a young girl, she drinks it and falls into a curse.

- A couple is seen holding wine glasses, they toast, but don't drink.

- An elderly woman is taking medicines, but a medical formula is shown.

- A Japanese feudal castle is consumed by flames, while a battle going on outside the castle. We see the actors dodging falling debris burning.

- A ghost-like old woman whom may be refered to as a witch appears several times. This may be frightening to some people.

- Changes between different periods in the movie, like leaps between fiction and reality, may be confusing to some audiences.

- A woman walks through the rubble of a city devastated by a bombing (which happened in the Second World War)

- An actress escapes death by seconds, while an earthquake occurs in a movie set, part of the set falls on her.

- Several earthquakes occur throughout the film.

- An old man confesses that he has tortured another man to death.

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MPAA:
Rated PG for thematic elements, violence and brief mild language

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