The Current War is a historical drama which follows the 19th century competition between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse over which electric power delivery system would be used in the United States
The film contains themes including execution, murder and death. A man is executed by hanging. A man is viewed with his face and upper body covered in blood after admitting to killing his wife. He is later implicitly executed by electrocution. It is implied that a horse is electrocuted. The body of a deceased woman is seen in an open casket at her funeral.
The film includes repeated flashback scenes of a man holding a gun to another man’s head before he is later implicitly shot and killed. There is no blood or injury depicted in these scenes.
The film includes use of the words “damn” and “bastard”.
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