"Che" Has Fighting Spirit, But Is That Enough?
- Friday, January 16, 2009
- Smoking/Drinking: Some smoking.
- Language/Profanity: Foul language spoken in Spanish and subtitled in English; taunts about a man’s masculinity.
- Sex/Nudity: None, but a fighter accused of raping a teenage girl is said to be worthy of death.
- Violence: Revolutionaries declare that they are willing to fight to the death for their cause, and they do; much loading and firing of guns; several gun battles in which people are wounded and killed; an animal carcass is shown hanging upside down; a military commander orders air strikes in a civilian area, and the residents are shown running from the bombing area; a train is made to derail; rebels treat their wounded in the jungle; Che hits a stubborn horse; piranhas are said to have marred the face of a female corpse, but this corpse is not shown; a soldier hits Che in the face and spits on him.
- Religion: A fighter says he has a saint watching over him and is immediately gunned down; a man about to be executed requests the chance to confess his sins to a priest, but is told a priest cannot be brought to him; Che explains to a Bolivian soldier that in Cuba there is no official religion, but many people believe in God.
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