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1983 111 Mins Audio: English MPA Maturity Rating Motion Picture Association Maturity Rating: PG BBFC Maturity Rating British Board of Film Classification Maturity Rating: 12 Maturity Rating 13+

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Watch Sahara (1983) online Sahara is a 1983 movie with a runtime of 111 minutes. Director Andrew V. McLaglen, Cast Brooke Shields, Lambert Wilson, Horst Buchholz,


After her father dies, young Dale takes his place in a trans-African auto race, but ends up being abducted by a desert sheik. Currently you are able to watch "Sahara " streaming on we platform.

MPAA Reason

BBFC Reason
moderate threat, violence

Maturity Rating Reason

Action, Adventure, Drama, Romance,



BBFC Ratings info
SAHARA is a 1983 adventure drama, set in the 1920s, about a woman who takes part in a trans-African road race, but who is abducted by a desert Sheikh. Threat: In one scene, a man wrestles a woman on a bed and forces himself upon her; however, he is interrupted. Elsewhere in the film, scorpions crawl over the faces of men who are buried up to their necks in sand, and a crowd tears at a woman's clothes. Violence: In one scene, a woman is beaten to the ground by a man. There are also scenes in which men are shot; however, injury detail is limited. There is a scene in which a man and woman kiss on a bed; however, there is no nudity detail. The film also contains scenes in which adult characters smoke, reflecting the time period in which the film is set. There is some mild bad language ('bloody', 'damned', 'goddamit').

Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
When Brooke Shields steps from under a waterfall, you can see her nipples through her white shirt. After the wedding ceremony, a couple lies in bed nude. Nothing is seen however but their shoulders and his back.

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason

Profanity Reason

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
When Dale is captured by Beg and brought back to the tribal camp, she is mobbed by women who tear fragments of her clothes off as souvenirs. No apparent physical assault per se, but the sequence is a bit lengthy as she screams while she becomes less and less covered. Beg has his followers throw Dale into "the pit", meaning she stands on a tall stone pillar while leopards below try to leap up and reach her. After an attemped rope rescue from above fails, she then hangs off the edge of the pillar, putting her in even more danger.

Cannon Group, Cabal Film, London-Cannon Films, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Golan-Globus Productions,

United Kingdom, United States of America,




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