|PROFANITY: (View Profanity)|
The F-word is spoken 11 times. The S-word is not spoken. God's name is spoken in vain 2 times. There are 12 other profanities spoken.
|SEX & NUDITY:|
There is no nudity and no normal sex. There is, however, one extremely disturbing scene in which a man pins a woman to the wall and begins to tear her clothing with the intent of raping her. When she resists, he stabs her through the chest with a sword, killing her. He then proceeds to rape the corpse. To make matters worse, a young girl (the victim's sister) is watching from in hiding while all of this transpires.
See "Sex/Nudity" for a description of the rape/necrophelia incident. The film also includes several graphic battles that include mulitple instances of decapitations, arms & legs being hacked off, blood spurting from wounds, and various other inelegant deaths. There is a scene in which a character is riddled with arrows. In another instance, someone pulls out an arrow, causing a fountain of blood. There are also images of body-less heads and limbs, with crows feasting on the remains. Later in the film, a woman is kicked and beaten mercilessly. There is also a scene of someone burning alive.
|DRUGS & ALCOHOL:|
Casual social drinking at festive events.
See "Violence." Most of the action takes place during one of several major battles that are depicted. Outside of combat, however, there's not much action.
There are occasional moment of levity to lessen the tension. Some of these might cause a grin or a chuckle, but nothing stronger.
|TONE OF MOVIE:|
Historical adventure based on the story of Joan of Arc.
This is an exceptionally gory movie. A great deal of blood, as well as decapitations and other asorted mutilations. There is also a scene with crows feasting on assorted body parts in the aftermath of a battle. See "Violence" for additional descriptions.
Although based on historical evidence, the Catholic Church is not treated well in this film. It is depicted as an organization rife with greed and corruption.
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