The Illusionist (2006)
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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 for some sexuality and violence|
Sex & Nudity
- A brief discussion that included sexual talk, not crude though.
- a young boy and girl kiss.
- Eisenheim and Sophie kiss and then begin to undress each other. We see them caressing each other and passionately kissing. The sex is mostly implied. It cuts to a scene where they are both implied to be naked. No nudity is shown.
Violence & Gore
- A young boy is handled roughly but is not injured.
- A man slaps a woman in anger.
- Blood can be seen on the side of a horse.
- Some mild name calling.
- "Wh*re" is used toward a woman.
- The word D*mn is used infrequently.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- A nobleman is seen smoking in a scene.
- There are a few scenes of social drinking and smoking.
- One man is shown drunk in a couple scenes.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- A woman is shown injured and unresponsive in a river. This may be intense for some.
- There is nothing extremely intense or frightening in this film, although there are moments that could be difficult for children or some people.
- There are two or three chase scenes which can be slightly intense.
- Apparitions of ghosts, which are part of a magic act, are shown but nothing else is really scary.
Violence & Gore
- Sophie's body is found in a river. There is a wound in her throat with blood around it. She is later presumed dead and her body is examined.
- The Crown Prince Leopold shoots himself in the head. Blood can be seen by the exit wound.