The Dig is a UK film which follows an amateur, but experienced archaeologist is engaged by the owner of a country estate to investigate ancient burial mounds. His work is set against a background of a seriously ill employer, fracturing personal relationships, and with the country heading to war, but yields significant archaeological treasures.
The film contains a depiction of the collapse of an excavation, resulting in the burial of a man, who is rescued, and later seen to recover. The crash of an aircraft on a training flight is also depicted. The pilot is briefly depicted in the cockpit, having apparently drowned.
A brief depiction of implied sex is depicted. No nudity or other detail is depicted.
The film contains occasional use of the words "hell" (used as an exclamation), "damn", and "bloody".
A woman is briefly depicted in a bath. The top of her breasts are partially, and very briefly, exposed, but no nipple detail is depicted.
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