Las Hurdes (1933) Poster


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Sex & Nudity

  • No sex and nudity. But it is said a bloodthirsty festival conceals some complex sexual symbols that are never talked about.

Violence & Gore

  • During a barbaric festival, a rooster is hanged upside down on rope. Several horsemen try to rip off the head of the rooster, until one of them manages to do so.
  • Multiple people are either mentioned or shown to have various diseases. Diseases, such as goitre and malaria are talked about.
  • Pigs are said to get killed, while the meat is said to be devoured in three days.
  • A little girl is shown to have swollen gums and throat. Two days later, she is said to have died.
  • A goat falls down from a cliff and dies.
  • A donkey covered with honey is stung to death by a bee swarm.
  • A man is said to have been bitten in a finger by a snake. He is later shown to have gotten infection.
  • A dead child is shown.


Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Wine is offered to a whole village population.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Several of the scenes deal with high poverty and human misery, along with deaths of people (including children), something that could make some people sad.
  • Some animal-loving people may get upset by the animal cruelty and deaths.

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