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W. Thomas Snyder,
Harry Dean Stanton,
Glenn Walker Harris Jr.,
William Morgan Sheppard,
David Patrick Kelly,
Pruitt Taylor Vince,
Blair Bruce Bever,
Lisa Ann Cabasa,
Frank A. Caruso,
Brent David Fraser,
Cage S. Johnson,
Mia M. Ruiz,
- MPAA Reason
- BBFC Reason
- strong bloody violence, sexual threat
WILD AT HEART is a US drama, from 1990, in which a man and a woman are on the run from criminals sent by the woman's mother to kill the man.
- Maturity Rating Reason
new orleans, louisiana,
mother daughter relationship,
After serving prison time for a self-defense killing, Sailor Ripley reunites with girlfriend Lula Fortune. Lula's mother, Marietta, desperate to keep them apart, hires a hitman to kill Sailor. But he finds a whole new set of troubles when he and Bobby Peru, an old buddy who's also out to get Sailor, try to rob a store. When Sailor lands in jail yet again, the young lovers appear further than ever from the shared life they covet.
- BBFC Ratings info
- WILD AT HEART is a US drama, from 1990, in which a man and a woman are on the run from criminals sent by the woman's mother to kill the man.
In one scene a man beats another man to death, and repeatedly slams his victim's head against the floor. In another scene a man is shot several times before the top of his head is blown off with a shotgun, accompanied by blood spurts.
There is a prolonged scene in which a man sexually threatens a woman, whilst molesting her.
The film also contains infrequent very strong language ('c**t'), as well as multiple uses of strong language ('f**k').
There are some scenes implying sexual violence; however, there is no strong detail.
Some scenes show strong injury detail, and there is also a scene in which a man on fire stumbles around a room.
The film also contains several sex scenes, which include thrusting and female breast nudity, and there is also some sexualised female nudity.
This work contains flashing images which may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- A woman is (non-consensually) groped by a man.
There are multiple sex scenes early in the film, but they are usually very short (about 10 seconds or less) and only show upper part of the character's bodies, sometimes including breasts. Occasionally the lower half is seen but it is covered with sheets.
Multiple scenes of topless women.
Characters discuss sex and their previous sexual encounters, sometimes accompanied by visuals of what they're describing.
A woman tells her boyfriend that she was raped by her father's business partner when she was 13 years old, this is not shown onscreen but you see the man zip up his pants and the girl laying in bed crying and lips bleeding in a flashback.
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- A man is beaten to death in the opening scene, the back of his head smashes open and a large amount of blood and brains can be seen.
Two men are shot, one loses a hand and they crawl around on the blood-covered floor trying to find it.
A man is shot several times then blows his own head off with a shotgun, chunks of skull and brain matter splatter on the ground.
A man is beaten and kicked, then punched in the face, his nose swells up (though the effects make it look very silly).
A young girl is shown with a split lip and bloody sheets after being raped.
The aftermath of a car crash is shown, with bloody corpses and a blood-covered woman. Later another accident aftermath shows a dying man with a bloody head.
A man is covered in kerosene and set on fire.
- Profanity Reason
- The homophobic slur "f*ggot" is used once.
Roughly 60 uses of "fuck" and other profanity.
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- Frequent smoking and drinking.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- Some scenes can be intense or surreal. One scene early on features flashing lights for a few seconds.
Very strong gore and sexual themes can make the viewer uncomfortable.
Multiple characters die onscreen, some in very gorey fashions.
Samuel Goldwyn Company,
United States of America,