The Painted Veil (2006)
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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 for some mature sexual situations, partial nudity, disturbing images and brief drug content|
Sex & Nudity
- The first one is only implied. It's very brief and does not contain nudity.
- The second one is the most graphic. A man is seen thrusting a woman, but it's brief. A man's chest, back, and upper buttocks are seen. A woman's back is seen.
- The third is very brief and it is seen from a distance. Only a woman's back is seen.
- The fourth is mostly implied, but, at the end of the scene, a man's back, chest and buttocks are seen clearly.
- A naked Chinese woman is seen. Only her back is visible (the room is dark).
- Some kisses, usually followed by sex scenes.
Violence & Gore
- Disturbing images of sickness, agony and death. Most of the deaths are caused by cholera. The agonizing people are gasping and yelling. It's intense and disturbing.
- Fights between soldiers and population. Some bruised faces. Mild.
- A husband threatens to strangle his wife.
- One use of bloody. Uses of mild name-calling as pig, British devil, etc.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Walter (Edward Norton) is drunk in one scene
- Couple of mild and short scenes of alcohol drinking since water contains deadly viruses and can cause sickness.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The atmosphere is dark and strained, potentially disturbing. Some scenes are really disturbing.