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MPAA Rated R for some sexuality and full nudity

Sex & Nudity

  • The film contains sexualized scenes and nudity.
  • Nudity is presented in a sexual context in a lengthy scene in which a man and woman prepare to have sex. This includes full-frontal female nudity with focus on the woman's breasts and buttocks as they kiss passionately. There is long-shot sight of the woman's outer labia.
  • There is a sexualized scene where the Eddie Redmayne's character watches a stripper at a Parisian peep show and copies her actions. The scene focusses on the woman caressing her own body, fondling her breasts and moving her hand down to her crotch.
  • Strong unsexualized male nudity occurs when Eddie Redmayne's character tucks his penis between his legs to simulate female genitalia. This includes a brief close-up sight of the character's penis and scrotum.
  • Some paintings and artworks also include some full-frontal nudity.
  • All nudity is presented within the film's overall context of gender dysphoria and is not salaciously presented.

Violence & Gore

  • The main character is beaten up in public by two men. The character is punched in the face and is repeatedly kicked on the ground. There is no focus on pain or injury detail and the men's actions are clearly condemned by the film as a whole.
  • A doctor attempts to put Einar in restraints; he escapes.


  • The film contains one use of moderate language.
  • When the central character is attacked, one of attackers uses the term "whore" in an aggressive manner.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • People smoke and drink during several party scenes.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The film contains some upsetting scenes.
  • After undergoing gender-reassignment surgery, the central character is seen in great pain and distress.

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