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Parents Guide for
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Brief reference to sex during a single conversation. NOT crude.

Contains strong, choreographed and brutal violence with moderate amounts of blood. Some of this is war violence.

In a fight sequence, a man kills many people in brutal violence in which another man's wrist is cut off with a gun in it and later it is tossed away by the man who did it.

Some burnt dead bodies with bloody patches are shown on screen, and the camera moves across to show several in an extended shot.

A man's half blown up body is tossed up on screen. Ribs upward including the head is distinctly visibly with blood. Very gory and disturbing. A man is shot multiple times with the blood from the impact shown on screen.

A man is hung using a crane to lift him up off the ground. He's shown shaking before he dies, which results in gun shots of approval by spectators.

Notably (no spoilers):

A man is shown in a pool of blood on the floor from close range. His phone vibrates in his pocket and creates waves in the blood.

A man starts cutting the neck of a man (shown briefly with NO blood on screen. The remainder is OFF-SCREEN. The sound of pain is disturbing.

There is none


Contains moderate intensity arising from the thorough exploration of (possibly) disturbing themes. A man's half blown up body is tossed up on screen. Ribs upward including the head is distinctly visibly with blood. Very gory and disturbing. A man's wrist is chopped off.

Men who have been exposed to radiation are shown. Some people may not like this.

The violence in Afghanistan could be considered intense by some, with strong threat to civillians etc.

Some may be displeased with thee also depictions of oppression in Afghanistan, namely male oppression towards females, and the female state of constant fear.

Some may find the fact that a character has a prosthetic eye disturbing

OVERALL: 15+ is advised despite the generous U/A and 12A classifications by the CBFC and BBFC.

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