During WWII, Major Karl Von Steiner (Max Von Sydow) devises a plan to pit a group of Allied prisoners against the German National soccer team in a propaganda event to be held in Paris. The movie stars Michael Caine, Sylvester Stallone and Pelé.
Why Is Victory Rated PG?
Victory is rated PG for rough sports action, brief violence, some language and mild sensuality.
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Violence: A man is caught in wire and shot down while trying to escape from a POW camp. Characters are injured or roughed up while playing soccer. A man is captured and thrown into solitary confinement in a hot enclosure. Soldiers with guns patrol a game. Crowds of people force their way through closed gates and over barriers.
Sexual Content: A man and woman embrace and kiss. Some brief male buttock nudity is seen in a prison shower. Brief, mild sensuality is depicted.
Language: The script contains a handful of moderate and mild profanities and some cultural slurs.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Characters are seen smoking and drinking on several occasions.
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Another group of POWs contrive an elaborate plan to free themselves in the WWII movie The Great Escape. Japanese captors force their prisoners to construct railways and bridges during their incarceration in the movie The Bridge on the River Kwai. A group of architects, historians and art curators are enlisted to save the world’s fine art from Hitler in the movie The Monuments Men.
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Home Video Notes: Victory
Release Date: 9 November 2010
Warner Home Video releases Victory on DVD with no bonus extras.