Parents Guide for
"Island at War" Unexpected Revelations (2004)

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Sex & Nudity

The only instance of nudity in the series. There is a sexual context but it is threatening instead of erotic. Conor Mullen, a German officer, forces Louisa Clein to strip for him, otherwise he will reveal that her character, whom he has been pursuing for the whole series, is Jewish. Louisa's bare breasts and butt are shown when she undresses, but the scene cuts away before it can continue further.

Violence & Gore


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