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Sep 02,2001

Hollywood Movies | Drama | Comedy | Action | History

Ratings: 6.3 / 10 from

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Length: 108 Minute(s)


Inspired by real-life events, this film explores the experiences of Capt. Ernest Gordon (Ciaran McMenamin) and other Japanese prisoners of war who were enlisted for the grueling task of building the Railroad of Death. As the men struggle to maintain their sanity and will, they begin to drift apart while Major Campbell (Robert Carlyle) plans his escape, Lt. Rigden (Kiefer Sutherland) watches his back, and Gordon attempts to keep his dignity.
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nudity A man's bare butt is briefly seen in a non-sexual scene.
violence Some disturbing violent scenes. Several of the torture scenes are bloody, and may be disturbing. A man is shot in the neck and through the head. We briefly see blood and part of his brain splatter against a wall. He is then shot again in the head, and a large pool of blood is seen around his body. Some other violent scenes are seen in spots.
profanity There are no F words in this film. "B*tch" is used several times, about 5 times. "B*stard" is used frequently, adding up to about 20 times. "A**" is used about 15 times. Other mild profanity's throughout.
alcohol Some smoking. One scene of a man making his own alchohol. Brief. Not a major part of film...does not stand out
frightening Certianly some very disturbing scenes of how POW were treated. Sometimes hard to watch. Not so much frightening as disturbing. A man is seen with his legs ripped off by a bomb blast. One leg is half ripped off and the other is clean off. Both are very bloody. May be disturbing to some. There are several torture scenes, which may be disturbing to some. In one, a man is put on a bamboo cross, and nailed through the wrists. You see the nails in him after they have been nailed in. The cross is then erected and they leave him to die.

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