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Is Samir Horn (Don Cheadle), a former U.S. Special Operations officer, a traitor? That is what FBI agent Roy Clayton (Guy Pearce) needs to know. Taking command of a conspiracy investigation, Clayton begins tracking the number one suspect in the dangerous case: Horn.
Why Is Traitor Rated PG-13?
Traitor is rated PG-13 for intense violent sequences, thematic material and brief language.
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The film’s opening scenes explode with a car bombing that kills a man in front of his child. It is followed by repeated scenes of gunfire exchange, beatings and attacks on a compound and prison. Bombs destroy buildings and vehicles. One man is shown burning in the aftermath. Others are tortured and bullied, often resulting in bloody injuries. A young adult male is thrown in front of a speeding train (impact not seen). Suicide bombers blow up a bus full of people. Smoking and alcohol use are depicted. A strong sexual expletive, profanities, and brief sexual references are used in the script.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Release Date: 16 December 2008
The suspense thriller Traitor releases to DVD and Blu-ray with the following extras: an audio commentary (by director Jeffrey Nachmanoff and actor Don Cheadle) and two featurettes (Action! The Stunts and Special Effects of Traitor and International Espionage: An In-Depth Look at Traitor’s Exotic Locations). Audio tracks are available in English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround with Spanish subtitles.