Parents Guide for
"Peaky Blinders" Episode #1.4 (2013)

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Sex & Nudity

Contains strong sex

- In one scene, a young man is shown washing himself in a small metal bath. He is naked, although explict detail is not shown. A young woman who he is talking to sits next to him (clothed, outside of the bath), reaches into the bath and starts to pleasure him with her hands. He puts his head back and moans and beathes heavily while she sits and looks at him. The scene cuts away before the man reaches orgasm. The sex is shown rather than simply implied, but no obvious nudity is visible.

Violence & Gore

Contains strong bloody detail

- A victim of torture is shown hanging, half-naked with clear whip-marks on his body. His wounds are shown in bloody close-up and there is some emphasis on the horror of the situation, though the scene is brief.

Profanity

Contains strong language

- Some strong language, occasionally used aggressively.

- Some racist language within a clear historical context.

Contains scenes of smoking within a historical context

- Characters smoke in a number of scenes, which is consistent with the period.

- Alcohol is shown to be consumed, though this is incidental and not condoned by the drama as a whole.

Contains frequent moderate threat

- An explosive device is left in wait of a character and there is a level of threat and suspense when it is searched for (and then discovered).

- There is a sustained sense of threat and menace throughout due to the crime gangs theme, with scenes where weapons or the threat of violence is the focus of the drama.

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