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Everyone in the small village knows there is something sinister about the old house built in the middle of a marsh. Regardless of the rumors, it becomes Arthur Kipps' (Daniel Radcliff) duty to sort out the estate because he is the lawyer of the recently deceased owner.
Why Is The Woman In Black Rated PG-13?
The Woman In Black is rated PG-13 for thematic material and violence/disturbing images.
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Violence: Depictions of young people committing suicide include three children who jump from a window, a child who sets herself on fire and an obscured image of a person hanging by a rope. Many scenes have “jump” moments and characters in peril. Scenes depict ghostly figures and other metaphysical imagery. A child vomits blood.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: Infrequent use of mild profanities.
Drugs/Alcohol: Characters drink to relieve stress. A man trims a cigar.
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Daniel Radcliffe faced a variety of ghosts in his title role as Harry Potter. A mechanical monkey music box is also a motif in The Phantom of the Opera. Creepy old houses are as common as horror movies, and play a pivotal part in films like Skelton Key and The Others, as well as in the more family-friendly choices The Haunted Mansion and The Ghost and Mr. Chicken.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Home Video Notes: The Woman In Black
Release Date: 22 May 2012
The Woman In Black releases to home video on May 22, 2012, with the following bonus extras:
- Commentary with director James Watkins and screenwriter Jane Goldman
- Inside The Perfect Thriller: Making The Woman in Black
- No Fear: Daniel Radcliffe as Arthur Kipps