Let Him Go is a dramatic film that follows George, a retired sheriff and his wife, Margaret, who after the death of their son, set out to find their only grandson.
Thematic material includes: physical abuse, in which a man pushes his step-son and his wife, who is shown with a black eye; death of a couple's son after an unseen horse riding accident; and injury which is very briefly viewed after a man's fingers are cut off.
Violence is portrayed in multiple people being shot with minimal blood viewed. A man's fingers are cut with a hatchet - there is a very brief view of the hatchet embedded in his fingers but the fingers detaching are not seen. In a subsequent medical examination, in a very brief shot, the injury is viewed.
A man says to his wife as she kisses him, "Don't start what you can't finish".
The film includes use of the words "damn" and "hell".
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