A Decent Film, "Interpreter" Still Serves as Huge U.N. Ad
- Thursday, April 21, 2005
If you can get past the political agenda, which plagues almost every film these days, and are willing to overlook “The Interpreter”’s improbabilities, then it isn’t a bad film. You probably won’t remember it in a few weeks, but it will be a fairly enjoyable experience while you watch it.
AUDIENCE: Adults and mature teens.
- Drugs/Alcohol Content: Characters drink beer and liquor throughout film, including several discussions in bars, over drinks.
- Language/Profanity: About 15 obscenities and profanities.
- Sexual Content/Nudity: A brief scene in a strip club, where strippers dance and gyrate while wearing G-strings (partial nudity); couple hugs then sleeps together, fully clothed, on couch.
- Violence: Partially-lit scene showing dozens of mutilated dead bodies; men are shot to death at point-blank range by children; art photos of mutilated individuals on walls of U.N.; ongoing discussions about genocide, murder and mutilation; man plants bomb on bus, which explodes and kills dozens of people; man kills several people (offscreen) in assassination attempt; characters point guns.
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