The Post (2017)
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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 for language and brief war violence|
Sex & Nudity
Violence & Gore
- The film contains a brief scene of the Vietnam war where some cross-fire during a battle is shown, coupled with shots of some men being shot. However, there are no details of blood-letting or injury.
- There is an utterance of the expletive "f**k", expressed by a character, out of anger, during a phone conversation. In addition, the expletive is also seen on a placard carried by a protestor in another scene. Other swear words such as "shit" "damn" "goddamn", "hell", "son of a bitch", and "prick" are also used throughout the film.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Social drinking and cigarette smoking.
- Drugs: None
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The scene where Kay Graham has to decide between authorizing a story that could ruin the paper and send her to prison and standing up for freedom of the press is intense.
- The film contains lots of suspense. The final scene is suspenseful.
- The scene in Vietnam is somewhat intense.
Sex & Nudity
- There is a poster on the wall with a naked woman but everything is covered by words like it was on the cover of a magazine. It was shown for just a few moments in passing.