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1917 is a Word War I drama in which two young British privates are given a mission to deliver a message deep in enemy territory that will stop 1,600 men, and one of the soldier's brothers, from walking straight into a deadly trap.
The corpses of soldiers are viewed lying on battlefields and floating in water, some with gory injuries. Following a battle, several soldiers who have lost limbs are viewed in a medical tent.
Soldiers are shot, stabbed and strangled. These deaths occasionally include patches of blood that spread over their uniforms.
A soldier tells a soldier who has injured his hand that “he’ll be wanking again in no time”.
The film includes use of the word “f**k” as well as other coarse language including “shit”, “bastard”, “piss” and “bloody”.
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