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14A(14A) Violence

Synopsis

Japanese-language Horror/Action. A ghoul (Shota Matsuda) tries to capture Kaneki (Masataka Kubota) in order to eat him.

Content elements

  • Infrequent use of cursing
  • Frequent -portrayals of gun, weapons, and hand-to-hand violence, often in a fantasy context – blood and some detail
  • Infrequent portrayals of frightening monsters and transformations – blood and some detail

Thematic elements

  • Belonging
  • Survival
  • Friendship

Classification rationale

Rated 14A for genre violence

Classification date

September 11, 2019