Swank is a talented actress who has bounced back once before. Let’s hope she manages to do so again.



  • Language/Profanity:  Lord’s name taken in vain; some profanity and crude terminology
  • Drugs/Alcohol:  Katherine says a drink tastes like bourbon
  • Sex/Nudity:  A sex scene shows little flesh but simultaneously leaves little to the imagination and is set to “None but the Righteous” on the soundtrack; a bare-chested man is shown; a man and woman working together are assumed to be involved in a relationship; blood on a young girl’s leg is claimed to be a sign of her first period
  • Violence:  Plagues include water turning into blood, raining frogs, afflicted cattle, boils, locusts that swarm and attack, flies/maggots, lice; a dead African man is shown; depictions of child endangerment and murder; bullet-wound scars are shown; preparations for the killing of a man and child are shown; verbal description of ritual sacrifice; a bloody egg; skulls and bones of children are shown; people are incinerated
  • Faith:  Katherine doesn’t believe in God and explains away biblical accounts of miracles and plagues; church signs express thoughts about God; an upside-down cross is pictured, as is an altered cross that serves as a warning to Katherine