Picture from The Young Victoria
Overall A-

As a Young Victoria becomes aware of her royal lineage and possible role as her country's monarch, she begins to order her life and affairs as carefully as a well played game of chess.

Violence B
Sexual Content B
Profanity A-
Substance Use B

Why is The Young Victoria rated PG?

Official MPAA Rating: The Young Victoria is rated PG for for some mild sensuality, a scene of violence, and brief incidental language and smoking.

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In the 19th century world of young Victoria, there is a wealth of artwork, some of which depicts naked females. Women are attired in low-neckline gowns and are occasionally seen in (very modest) underwear and nightclothes. A married couple exchanges kisses and caresses, and begin to undress one another. A women’s bare shoulder and a man’s exposed chest are shown. Mild sexual remarks are made. A rock is thrown through a window as a threat. A gun is fired and a man is injured (his blood soaked shirt is shown). Characters smoke and drink at social gatherings. In one scene a man appears to be drunken and another man consumes alcohol in a moment of frustration. Verbal arguments occur, as well as some pushing and rough treatment when a stubborn teen refuses to obey a man. A mild profanity is used.