Freedom is championed as something necessary to happiness and contentment in life, and is worth dying for. The barbarity of war is shown to be the only solution to the greedy and oppressive policies of the British towards the Scottish.
Torture, hackings, stabbings, throat-slitting, arrows and spears, and rocks deal horrible death and injuries, though quick editing rarely lingers on the gore. Implied rape and attempted rape. Graphic depiction of hanging bodies. A kid punches another kid for fun.
Brief female nudity: breasts. Scottish warriors raise their kilts and expose their rear ends to the British Army before a battle. In a Draconian new policy imposed by the King, British noblemen have the right to kidnap newly married Scottish women and sleep with them.
Occasional profanity, including "f--k," "bitch," "bastard," "ass." Occasional sexual innuendo about prowess and genitalia size.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Social drinking, or liquor used as a battlefield anesthetic.