Munich – The Edge Of War is a drama set in the period immediately prior to the German invasion of Czechoslovakia. A British civil servant and a German diplomat, former classmates at Oxford, conspire to thwart Hitler’s plans for war, within the backdrop of Neville Chamberlain’s mission to Munich to seek a peaceful solution.
The film contains themes relating to the mis-treatment of the Jewish population in Germany in the 1930s, as well as tense and threatening scenes in which an anti-Hitler character fears discovery and arrest.
A fist fight occurrs, in which a principal character is punched in the face several times and thrown to the floor. Minor bloody injuries to his lips and nose are depicted.
The film includes some very mild sexual references.
The film includes use of the words "f**k", "bastard", "shit", and "asshole".
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