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Parents Guide for
The Front Line (2011) More at IMDbPro »Go-ji-jeon (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

Suggested MPAA rating: Rated R for Intense Sequences of Graphic War Violence and Language.

Sex/nudity 0/10

Violence & Gore

10/10

Numerous people shot with bloody results.

Explosions with bloody results.

Quite a few scenes with sniper shootings. The sniper usually takes about 4 shots to kill someone so the bullet wounds are graphic. Especially near the end.

A man walks down a hill with half his arm missing (pieces of arm and bone are dangling as he walks) while he shoots people.

A man slowly stabs a soldier in the heart as she slowly dies. Similar to the scene from saving private Ryan.

Profanity

9/10

The F word is used throughout, along with other cussing. It is all subtitled. Motherfucker, asshole, sob, etc.

5/10

Sequences of soldiers drinking and smoking cigarettes. This is usually done when fighting is not occurring.

7/10

The battle scenes are quite intense.

There are scenes when soldiers will be standing around and sniper shots hit them. They will make you jump.

The ending is very emotional and intense.

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