I Am David parents guide

I Am David

Overall A-

Held back by German soldiers, a little boy is torn from the clutches of his crying mother (Maria Bonnevie) and struggling father (Adrian McCourt) when they are taken prisoner in post-WWII Bulgaria. All alone, David (Ben Tibber) labors at the Belene Prison Camp with a group of grown men. Caught in the aftermath of the war, the young boy loses his family, his childhood and his faith in humankind. Then one night the twelve-year-old prisoner is given a secret, sealed letter and directions for escaping from the camp.

Release date December 2, 2004

Violence C+
Sexual Content A-
Profanity A-
Substance Use B+

Why is I Am David rated PG? The MPAA rated I Am David PG for thematic elements and violent content.

Run Time: 90 minutes

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I Am David
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated -----
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video PG

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Cast and Crew

I Am David is directed by and stars Ben Tibber, James Caviezel, Joan Plowright.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of I Am David movie is April 5, 2005. Here are some details…

If this limited release film didn’t come to a theater near you, be sure to look for it in on the shelves of your local video/DVD rental shop. The featurette “Discovering David,” commentary by director Paul Feig and deleted scenes are part of the DVD package. The audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital 2.0), with Spanish subtitles.

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