Elizabeth: The Golden Age
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A man being hanged is shown only in black underwear.

Cate Blanchett is shown undressing for a bath, her butt is shown.

Eddie Redmayne, is shown naked in a prison cell, only the side of his thigh is shown.

Two people have sex, nothing is shown except kissing.

A joke about renaming Virginia "Conjugia" is made.

Many people are beat up, and are very bloody. A man is hung (off-screen, only his dangling feet shown). A women is beheaded (but the camera cuts away as the ax comes down). A man is shot, but only the gunshot is heard, nothing shown. Many people talk about murdering the queen. A man is tortured in an iron maiden and we see the door opened and bloody holes where the spikes pierced his face.

Frequent use of words bitch, bastard, and whore.

The queen gets tobacco as a gift from America. Wine is drank at a meal.

Ships blown up and catch on fire, during a war, with scenes of badly wounded people, missing limbs, etc.

A man is dragged to an isolated place by a gang, begging for his life, is stabbed in the mouth, and killed.

Scenes of a medieval torture chamber with living people in iron maiden devices.


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Rated PG-13 for violence, some sexuality and nudity

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