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(2020) online with
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Director Christopher Nolan,
John David Washington,
Armed with only one word - Tenet - and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time. Currently you are able to watch or buy for
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mumbai (bombay), india,
Tenet Parent guide
- MPAA Reason
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, some suggestive references and brief strong language.
- BBFC Reason
moderate violence, threat, domestic abuse, infrequent strong language
TENET is a sci-fi thriller in which a man is enlisted to stop an evil plot involving futuristic technology.
- BBFC Ratings info
There is infrequent strong language ('f**k'), as well as milder terms including 'bitch', 'bullshit', 'bloody' and 'piss'.
threat and horror:
There are frequent tense sequences in which people are in dangerous situations, come under fire, or attempt to evade bombs. In one scene terrorists take over an auditorium and there is brief distress among the audience. There is also a scene in which an abusive husband holds his wife at gunpoint, and threatens to beat her with his belt.
Scenes include gunfights, fistfights, stabbings, use of improvised weapons, and explosions. In an interrogation scene it is implied a man's teeth are pulled out, but bloody detail is minimal. Another man is beaten to death, but the scene does not feature strong detail. A man verbally threatens another man with castration. A husband is abusive towards his wife, threatening her and later shooting her. In one scene she aims a gun at him, but he disarms and punches her. His behaviour is implicitly criticised throughout.
Discreet references are made to suicide and discriminatory behaviour. There are also mild sex references.
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
Occasional mild references
Elizabeth Debicki's character appears briefly in a bikini
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
A man shouts angrily and abuses his wife, hitting her.
A woman is shot through the abdomen. Very intense scene (she was threatened to be shot in the head moments before)
A man has his teeth pulled out while in interrogation (it's partially offscreen, however still very disturbing). We see the bloody pliers on a table and it is mentioned later.
Various men are shot throughout the film. No blood in most instances, some are emotionally jarring though.
A man kicks and spits on his wife while she is laying on the floor. Not very explicit, but a very emotional scene. Her life is threatened.
A woman is shot with a reverse bullet, mild blood shown. Later, her scar left from it is shown as well.
A man is shot in the chest, a small bullet hole can be seen, with some mild blood. He is then dragged off the side of a yacht, and as he falls he hits the railing of the deck below, the body appears to suffer an internal decapitation. This is all clearly shown in broad daylight.
There are numerous gun battles, two large ones. People are shot, fall to their deaths, are crushed by falling debris. Soldiers are blown up by rocket launchers, etc. Nothing gory or bloody and mostly offscreen, though the action is intense.
A man's car is lit on fire and explodes with him still trapped inside (though he doesn't die)
A soldier gets enclosed into the side of a building that reassembles itself, due to inversion. It is assumed that they die.
Several large explosions.
The film opens on armed attacked raiding and holding an opera theater hostage, firing with guns into the audience. Then, armed soldiers enter the building and a battle ensures.
A man is shot in the head and blood splashes on to his helmet - while quite extreme, this is also shown in reverse and is only onscreen for a very brief amount of time. However it should be noted that it can also be quite a distressing scene considering its context, though most won't pick it up on a first watch
- Profanity Reason
'F*ck' is said once.
'B*tch' is said once.
'Sh*t' is said four times.
'D*mn' is said at least once.
'H*ll' is said at least once.
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
A woman drinks a glass of wine. A man drinks some vodka.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
The war-like battle scenes are intense.
The car chase scenes are intense.
There is a lot of violence and combat throughout the film.
The abuse of a woman by her husband is quite disturbing.
Kat gets shot in reverse. This scene is shocking and brutal.
Warner Bros. Pictures,
United States of America,