The following is a quick look at the content found in this PG-13 rated drama. Violence,
while for the most part not particularly bloody or graphic, rates as extreme due to many
people being killed on and off-screen, two beheadings and the sight of several people
who've been hanged.
A few of those scenes are bloody, however, and some of that material may be unsettling
or suspenseful to some viewers (particularly the scene where the executions by
beheading occur just off camera). In addition, extreme bad attitudes (and some more
mild ones) are present and exhibited by various characters.
Although existing in a monarchy where the King can have many wives, we learn that
he's sired more than fifty children with those wives and concubines and some comments
are made about that. Beyond that, some smoking, drinking and a few brief instances of
tense family scenes (the King dealing with the death of a child and his brother), the film's
remaining categories have little or nothing in the way of major objectionable content.
As always, however, we suggest that you take a closer look at our more detailed
content listings should you still be concerned with the film's appropriateness for yourself
or anyone else in your home.