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MPAA Rated R for sexuality, some violence and language

Sex & Nudity

  • There are brief scenes of nudity, including partial female frontal nudity (breasts, buttocks,) on a few occasions.
  • There are a few sex scenes,not too revealing. Some of the scenes include nudity.
  • A man asks a woman to perform oral sex, no nudity is shown.

Violence & Gore

  • At the beginning of the film, a man is shown with his skin burnt off. Very graphic. For the rest of the film he is disfigured and scarred all over.
  • Disturbing images of injured and dead bodies.
  • War scenes with explosions, shooting.
  • A car explodes. A mans dead body is seen.
  • Men are searching for mines throughout the movie. These scenes are usually quite intense.
  • A man is killed by a mine. Another one is slightly wounded. He is seen covered with blood. The actual explosion takes place off-screen.
  • A man is hit on the back of his head. He falls unconscious. A man brutally punches another than strangles him with a pair of handcuffs.


  • 5 uses of fuck, mainly as an expletive, twice sexually.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Pilots drink champagne.
  • People drink cocktails and champagne in a bar.
  • A man turns up drunk at a dinner while others there are drinking champagne.
  • People and soldiers drink after hearing that the Germans have surrendered.
  • Some smoking.
  • Smoking/alcohol/ drugs minimal

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Although there are a number of disturbing and intense scenes, the general tone of the film is not violent or scary.
  • The film can be very emotionally intense and upsetting.
  • Caravaggio's interrogation and torture scene is very emotionally intense and upsetting.
  • There are several intense scenes, everything though is fairly mild.

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