The Lion in Winter (1968)
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Sex & Nudity
- Conversation in depth concerned homosexual relationship between primary characters.
- Accusations and admissions of adulteries and fornications, sodomy and bestiality are tossed around this family like a tennis balls--sometimes flung at each other. These concern a wife sleeping with her husband's father, a son seducing an enemy prince, and a husband sleeping with various sorts of women, boys, and a sheep.
- A woman talks of riding bare-breasted among men and adorning her nipples with jewelry.
Violence & Gore
- There is a battle scene with horses and swords on a shore. Men fall, sometimes in the water. Some of these presumably are dead.
- There are scenes of sparring and a jousting match.
- A woman cuts her wrist and draws blood.
- There is a fight with knife and sword ending in death. Perhaps there is blood, but the set is lit only by torches.
- There are several threats with knives and swords.
- One G** D***, several "hells", "bitches", "bastards", and over 25 uses of "damn".
- The language is never coarser than "damn." There is some blasphemy. These and a few other choice words are sprinkled throughout the movie.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- There are scenes of mulling and drinking wine. Brandy is also drunk in a couple of scenes.