Parents Guide for
"Carnivàle" Lincoln Highway, UT (2005)

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Violence & Gore


A man is tarred and feathered with boiling tar while bound. The tar is shown being spread on his chest then shoved into his mouth. His wife is forced to watch. The next day he is still dying slowly in the hot sun, you clearly see him suffering, she is trying to remove tar from his face, but it pulls flesh from his face. Vultures are circling, they start to land and she tries to chase them off. You clearly see the large blisters, suffering, and his skin burned to char on his mouth and face.You see the men have thoroughly covered him with tar while strapped to a railroad tie. By far this is the most disturbing scene in the series, not for the faint of heart.

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