The International Is Densely Plotted Yet Riveting
- Friday, February 13, 2009
- Drugs/Alcohol Content: Brief cigarette smoking.
- Language/Profanity: “F” and “S” words are used on occasion, but not continually.
- Sexual Content/Nudity: No sexual content. One joking reference by Watts’ Whitman to Owen’s Salinger that he needed to have sex (and uses the crude phrase “Get l—d.”). Part of the backside of a corpse on an autopsy table is seen, but only for a second.
- Violence/Other: A man violently vomits before collapsing by heart attack. A man is assassinated by being shot in the head (although the moment is not graphic). Watts is struck by a car, but isn’t seriously injured. A few scenes of bloody, violent gunplay with some graphic visuals.
Jeffrey Huston is a film director, writer and producer at Steelehouse Productions in Tulsa, Okla. He is also cohost of the "Steelehouse Podcast,” along with Steelehouse Executive Creative Mark Steele, where each week they discuss God in pop culture.
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