Odds are against the longevity of a romance that springs up between a common thief (Colin Farrell) and a wealthy heiress (Jessica Brown Findlay). Yet the power of this love affair somehow survives more than a hundred years and even spans the universe.
Why Is Winter’s Tale Rated PG-13?
Winter’s Tale is rated PG-13 for violence and some sensuality.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Winter’s Tale...
Violence: Characters engage in a fistfight, some of them draw knifes and clubs. A character kills another man by clawing at his face (not shown) and then begins drawing a design with the victim’s blood. A character utters threats to kill and torture others. A man breaks into a home and begins to crack open a safe until he is interrupted. Other stolen items are shown. A man is shot on screen. Men engage in a fight: they punch and kick, push and use various weapons. A man is beaten badly and thrown from a bridge into the river far below. Men drown when the ice cracks on a lake. A character is shown with mutilated mouth. Other characters’ face transform into ghoulish images. A horse is knocked down and captured in a net.
Sexual Content: An unmarried man and woman engage in sexual activity during which we see naked backs and shoulders, along with motion and some muffled sounds. A woman disrobes in silhouette, moments later we see her naked from a far distance. A woman disrobes and enters a bathtub, we see her from behind in silhouette. A man is seen without a shirt.
Language: Includes a single scatological term, a Christian expletive and one other term of deity.
Drugs/Alcohol: Characters drink socially. A character is poisoned by a potion added to a drink.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Winter’s Tale...
Winter’s Tale releases to home video on June 24, 2014.