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Voces inocentes
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Parents Guide for
Innocent Voices (2004) More at IMDbPro »Voces inocentes (original title)

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Guerrilla warfare and battle scenes are depicted throughout the film.

A man is beaten severely, shown from a distance.

People are seen being struck by bullets and falling to the ground during battle sequences.

Two women are harassed and abducted by soldiers. It is implied that they will be raped but not shown.

A woman is caught in the crossfire of a battle and shot, shown from a distance.

Dead bodies are seen throughout the film, usually not up close.

A hanged body with a bullet wound is shown up close.

Children are lined up to be executed. Two are shot, shown in slow motion. No blood is shown, but the bodies collapse to the ground.

Brief strong language including f-words and various scatological terms.

Several people are shown smoking.

A man is shown passed out drunk in the street.

The battle scenes throughout the film are stressful and intense. Children scream in terror and the threat of death is constant.

Scenes involving children being dragged away to become soldiers are intense and emotional.

The execution scene near the end of the film is very emotionally charged and could be extremely upsetting.

Rated R for disturbing violence and some language

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