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MPAA Rated R for bloody violence

Sex & Nudity

  • Brief view of nude woman, seen from rear , buttocks visible.

Violence & Gore

  • There are several prolonged battle scenes with depictions of violence in the form of sword fighting, arrow shooting, exchange of punches and kicks with some visible bloodletting.
  • While some of the battle scenes are portrayed with some details of infliction of pain and blood, they are not explicit as the scenes often do not linger or are out of frame of that shot.
  • Most depictions of violence are concentrated in the second half of the film.


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Frightening & Intense Scenes

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Violence & Gore

  • The stronger scenes include a man launching an arrow at the enemy at close range, where the arrow strikes his neck and pierces through his nape in slow motion; a scene where a man's chest is being crushed by the enemy's heavy amour while another enemy soldier stabs him; and a scene where Huo An punches Tiberius arm which breaks at an awkward angle when he is about to be beheaded, followed by a scene where he slashes him at the neck with blood oozing profusely from the wound.
  • Probably the most graphic of which is when the main protagonist's friend is tied to a wall in a contained room with fire surrounding him, his eyes sewn shut, and the main protagonist kills him out of mercy by shooting an arrow in his neck, by which he dies slowly. The shot of the arrow piercing his neck is repeated several times, in slow motion, to pitifully emphasize the death.

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