Why is Moby Dick rated Not Rated?
Official MPAA Rating: Moby Dick is rated Not Rated for
Violence: While engaged as sailors on a whaling ship, men kill the great beasts by repeatedly harpooning them until blood fills the surrounding waters. Out of anger, a man stabs a whale again and again with a long spear.A man has the skin on his chest sliced open by another sailor. Two men engage in a knife fight.Sailors experience moments of peril during an ocean storm. Men threaten each other with a harpoon and pistol.A whale is seen with many harpoons stuck in his back. Characters drown at sea and one man is repeatedly dragged under water by a fish. A large fish slams into a ship, causing it to sink. Falling objects on the ship crush and kill a young boy.
Sexual Content: Couples exchange fond goodbyes before sailors leave on voyage.
Language: Mild name-calling is included.
Drug and Alcohol Use: Characters frequently drink or smoke.
Other: A cannibal has a dried human head in his possession. Numerous plaques in honor of drowned sailors are seen in a church. A boy is lost at sea. A supernatural event takes place on a ship when a strange green light covers the masts. A coffin serves as a flotation device for a man.
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||NA|