USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage
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Infrequent, brief and discreet portrayals of female upper-body frontal nudity is featured, albeit a non-sexual context.

The film contains a brief scene where a woman in a bar opens her jacket to expose her bare breasts.

The film contains some scenes which show the graphic injuries the crew sustain when the ship sank.

One of the stronger scenes shows a man floating in a raft, cradling his own severed leg with some bone and torn tissue visible.

Other scenes depict men with severed arms burning as they try to escape the sinking ship.

A few brief shots show a man whose arm has been severed, leaving behind a bloody stump.

The film contains some use of the expletive "f**k".

Based on a historical event, 'USS Indianapolis: Men Of Courage' is a film about how the crew of the USS Indianapolis struggled to survive after their ship gets sunk by a Japanese submarine.

During the five days that the crew are stranded in the Philippine Sea, they have to endure extreme conditions, as well as the ever-present threat of attacks by sharks.

Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for war-related images and brief language

Rated R for war-related images and brief language
Japan:G / Philippines:PG-13 / Singapore:NC16 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #50512)

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