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The Queen’s Corgi is a Belgian animated comedy about the Queen’s “top dog” who leaves the Palace only to be betrayed by a close friend. During his struggle back to his royal duties, the “top dog” discovers love and his true self.
The film contains themes of jealousy and threats of violence.
The film contains acts of animated violence in the form of a dog being pushed into a river as well as setting fire to a pile of rubble that has fallen on a dog. In all cases of violence, the animal characters manage to resolve these dangerous situations without harm or injury occurring.
There is very mild comedic sexual innuendo as a female dog is highly attracted to a male dog and flirts with him.
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