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MPAA Rated PG-13 for thematic drug material, some sensuality and violent images

Sex & Nudity

  • This film does not contain any overtly sexual content or nudity.
  • To ease tensions between the Muslim and Christian men in the village, the women of the village hire a group of foreign belly dancers to stay for the week. Virtually all of the men in the village are captivated by them. The women perform a dance in one scene.
  • Some women throughout the film make innocuous comments about bust sizes and their "asses".
  • A shot of a couple kissing from the 1969 Alfred Hitchcock film Topaz is viewed from a television set.

Violence & Gore

  • Contains several fights between Christian and Muslim men; these instances lack any severe impact or injury detail. In one scene, a man attacks a young boy on crutches in retribution towards an act of vandalism.
  • A character is killed off-screen and the character's fatal head wound is briefly seen.


  • Contains two uses of coarse language (i.e. "fuck") in an early scene in the film.
  • Also contains frequent use of mild language (e.g. "shit", "shitty", "asshole", "sons of bitches") as well as some very mild language (e.g. "ass", "bastard", "damn").

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A group of women appear to be smoking hashish joints recreationally in one scene.
  • In the following scene, a musical number takes place whereby a group of women appear to be baking a cake laced with hashish and unspecified tablets that they feed to the men of the village. The men are then seen laughing and acting clumsily after consuming the cakes. The baking sequence lacks instructional detail on how the cakes were made. The film as a whole does not glamorise or endorse drug misuse.
  • Also contains some casual smoking throughout the film.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Contains themes of confrontation on the basis of religion and bereavement.

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