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Liberation is a Chinese war film in which a father attempts to protect the life of his young daughter, during the last days of the Battle of Pingjin in 1949. The film is in Mandarin with English subtitles.
The film contains thematic content relating to war, as well as a sequence which depicts people losing their lives as a boat sinks.
The film contains multiple combat sequences in the context of a large-scale war. During many of these sequences, people are shot or attacked with projectiles with blood detail occasionally depicted throughout.
The film contains use of the words "bastard", "hell" and "damn"
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