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Raised in the wilds of Finland, Hanna's father has trained his daughter to be the perfect assassin. Now the ex-CIA agent is sending the girl out on a mission across Europe where she must outwit and outrun a ruthless intelligence officer who is closing in on her trail.
Why Is Hanna Rated PG-13?
Hanna is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, some sexual material and language.
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Violence: Scenes frequently depict altercations involving guns, blade weapons and hand-to-hand combat. Some examples of this violence include: A character’s neck is twisted and broken, resulting in her death. A person shoots into a fast moving car, causing it to crash and killing one occupant. A character is stabbed with a ballpoint pen. While on a date, a girl asks a boy if they should kiss and as he moves closer to her she pulls him to the ground and physically assaults him. A man is killed and is later seen hanging upside down. Animals are eviscerated with a hunting knife.
Sexual Content: A teen girl discusses exploring a lesbian lifestyle. A person is described as having both male and female genitalia. A character discusses female genitalia in a clinical manner. Sexual sounds are overheard.
Language: The script includes a single sexual expletive, a term of Christian deity used as an expletive, and scatological profanities.
Drugs/Alcohol: Social drinking.
Other: A few scenes have rapid, brightly flashing lights that may cause discomfort or medical issues for some viewers.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Home Video Notes: Hanna
Release Date: 9 September 2011
Hanna releases to DVD and Blu-ray on September 6, 2011. Bonus extras include:
- Deleted Scenes and Alternate Ending
- Anatomy of a Scene: The Escape From Camp G
- Feature Commentary with Director Joe Wright
Exclusive HD Content
- Adapt or Die
- Central Intelligence Allegory
- Chemical Reaction
- The Wide World of Hanna
- Hanna Promo