Messages such as "all people should be treated equally" and "intolerance can lead to terrible consequences" are underlined in scenes where despised people are mistreated in ways both small and terrible. Perseverance is also a strong theme.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Extremely disturbing violence: People, including screaming women and crying/shrieking small children, are rounded up, taken away by uniformed soldiers. They're shot point-blank for "crimes" such as being Jewish (a man is forced to strip on the street; the Nazis mock his circumcised penis) or not having shoes. Blood speckles the face of those around victims, and viewers see dead bodies on the ground, with spreading pools of blood. Ashes of burned prisoners. Prisoners are beaten, abused, starved, murdered. Young boys shoot targets with machine guns, laugh about how they're killing black people or "unwashed Englishmen." Characters viewers have grown to like are killed suddenly and unexpectedly.
In one scene, a couple has sex, with thrusting and moaning; the man is visible nude from the side (no private parts shown). Other scenes of nonsexual nudity: Women in a labor camp are bathed and shaved by their captors, with breasts and backsides visible.
Cursing/iffy language includes "ass," "bastards" (referring to children born to unmarried couples), "whore." Racist language is common, with Leyna called a "monkey," "Negro," "sickening," a "savage," a "mischling." Reference to jazz being "the 'N' word music."
Ease of Play
Two characters smoke cigarettes in a few scenes; their smoking isn't glamorized.