Mary Queen of Scots parents guide

Mary Queen of Scots Parent Guide

Family relationships turn deadly in this tale of cousins sitting on the thrones of England and Scotland.

Release date December 25, 2018

Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie) sits on the throne of England, a rising power in Europe, and her cousin, Mary (Saoirse Ronan), is Queen of Scotland. Elizabeth I has never married and has no heir. Mary becomes involved in conspiracies to seize the English throne with consequences that change the history of both countries.

Why is Mary Queen of Scots rated R? The MPAA rated Mary Queen of Scots R

Run Time: 124 minutes

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Why is Mary Queen of Scots rated R? Mary Queen of Scots is rated R by the MPAA

- Infrequent portrayals of hand-to-hand, weapons, and gun violence

Sexual Content:
- Infrequent portrayals of sexual assault
- Infrequent portrayals of sexual activity
- Scene of nudity, depicting buttocks, in a non-sexual context

- Infrequent use of cursing, sexual slurs, and vulgar expressions

Alcohol / Drug Use:
- Infrequent portrayals of alcohol use in a recreational context

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Cast and Crew

Mary Queen of Scots is directed by Josie Rourke and stars Margot Robbie, Gemma Chan, and Saoirse Ronan.

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Elizabeth I is a towering historical figure whose life has been turned into books and films on multiple occasions. Cate Blanchett stars as the “Virgin Queen” in Elizabeth the Golden Age.

The Tudor dynasty was a hotbed of intrigue. A Man for All Seasons tells the story of Sir Thomas More, Lord High Chancellor to Elizabeth I’s father, King Henry VIII.

For a more current take on the British royal family, The Queen features Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II. The King’s Speech tells the story of Elizabeth II’s father, King George VI, who was known as Albert, Duke of York before his ascension to the throne.