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The third movie in a series based on the books of author Gerald N. Lund, The Work and the Glory III: A House Divided continues to chronicle the challenges and religious persecution endured by the Steed family when some of its members join the Mormon faith.
Why Is The Work and the Glory III A House Divided Rated PG?
The Work and the Glory III A House Divided is rated PG for some violence.
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Touching on the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the persecutions endured by its members during the early 1800s, this movie depicts mobs gathering with violent intentions, verbal threats, damage to property (fire is set to crops and a flaming torch is tossed through a window), gunfire (one character narrowly escapes a bullet, while another is shot to death), beatings with clubs and a reference to a lashing (scars from a whip are shown). Other more minor depictions include a woman slapping a man’s face and a scuffle between schoolboys. Sexual content consists only of a cleavage-showing costume, some embracing and kissing. A few characters are shown drinking wine with dinner and smoking cigars.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: Pendin
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Bring your family together to watch the DVD release of The Work and The Glory III: A House Divided. Bonus extras include a family cartoon short and the film’s theatrical trailers. The audio track is available in Dolby Digital Surround Sound (English), with subtitles in English and Spanish.