A Hidden Life is a US / German drama film based on true events. It follows the story of Franz Jagerstatter, an Austrian conscientious objector who refused to fight for the Nazis during World War II. The film is in English and German without subtitles.
The film contains themes relating to Hitler’s rule during World War II, imprisonment for refusing to fight for the Nazis and death by execution. There is a short sequence of historical black and white footage which depicts events during World War II including, crowds hailing Hitler, a building collapsing after a bombing, a dead horse in a street and a deceased male lying face-down in grass with his hands tied behind his back. There is also a scene in which a village mayor delivers a drunken and racially prejudiced speech.
There is a scene in which the main character is implicitly slapped, kicked, punched and dragged by a German guard in prison. There is no blood or injury detail.
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