The Snow Walker (2003)
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|MPAA||Rated PG for thematic elements, language, some disturbing images and brief nudity|
Sex & Nudity
- An unwed man and woman passionately kiss, and then they go to bed for sex but the movie goes to the next scene promptly.
- after the sex scene they wake up in bed in the morning and jump out of bed and the woman covers her body with a blanket as she sits up... her legs are up on the bed and you can see a lot of skin but nothing specific. then she puts on a mans button up shirt that still shows a lot of leg
- Facing away at a distance, an Inuit girl is shown nude, but the man's view is so blurry you can't see anything. A man is bathing nude in a lake, and when a Inuit girl takes his clothes to mend them, complaining he stands up with his hands over his private part.
Violence & Gore
- A lot for a PG. One scene has racism against a Inuit man. He gets pushed around the bar until he's thrown out onto the ground outside. A sick Inuit girl throws up blood many times. Some caribou are killed, cleaned in some detail and carved up for meat, hide, etc. Main character has violent outbursts on occasion.
- A lot for a PG. -- "shit", "son of a bitch" and similar variants numerous times. No F-word.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- The first scene is in a bar, where most of the patrons are smoking and drinking. One patron is shown stumbling drunk. The main character smokes cigars. However, such is not glorified, and arguably it's a lifestyle discouraged.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- A small plane crashes in the arctic. Mosquitoes and flies swarm one of the characters until he panics, trips and knocks himself unconscious. World War 2 flashbacks of aerial bombing runs. The characters come across an old plane crash with blackened skeletons.