The Prince of Egypt: The Musical is a stage musical filmed live for cinema audiences at the Dominion Theatre in London. The film follows the story of Moses and Rameses, two brothers divided by a secret past.
The film's themes include slavery, death and grief, war, family discord, and themes of morality including concepts of duty, sacrifice and identity.
The film includes violence such as physical interactions, threats with swords, and the whipping of slaves. The violence in the film is highly stylised, including the implied murder of first-born babies.
There is a verbal inference to sexual activity between two sheep.
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