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JUSTIN AND THE KNIGHTS OF VALOUR (2013)

JUSTIN AND THE KNIGHTS OF VALOUR <span>(2013)</span> artwork

JUSTIN AND THE KNIGHTS OF VALOUR (2013)

Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 96

Release dates 13/09/2013

BBFCInsight Contains mild violence

Genre(s) Fantasy, Children, Animation

Director(s) Manuel Sicilia

Cast includes Saoirse Ronan (voice), Freddie Highmore (voice), Mark Strong (voice), Rupert Everett (voice), Antonio Banderas (voice)

Summary A lawyer's son rebels against his father and decides to become a knight.

Cut All known versions of this work passed uncut.

BBFCinsight publication date 03/09/2013

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

JUSTIN AND THE KNIGHTS OF VALOUR is a fantasy animated feature about Justin, a young man who dreams of being a knight like his grandfather.

Violence

Scenes of mild violence include sight of a head butt during a fight scene, delivered by the villain to the hero. There is also an implied stab, without bloody detail, as two men fall against each other, with one falling back clutching at his wounded shoulder. In another scene a man waves a dagger about and threatens a young woman with it. A character who comes to the woman's aid is grabbed and punched in the stomach and hit on the head. A further scene of threat to a woman from the dagger wielding villain sees the villain hit with a club. At times the violence and action is quite sustained.

There is also a scene in which a woman recites a poem to a man, 'You drive me berserk because you're such a... ', and a reference 'Don't forget to protect the crown jewels', as the hero is being trained and is hit in the crotch.

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Details

Title
JUSTIN AND THE KNIGHTS OF VALOUR
Year
2013
Formats
DVD, Cinema, 3D DVD, 3D Cinema
Distributor(s)
Entertainment One UK,E1 Films
Classified date(s)
09/10/2013
Main language
English
BBFC reference
AZF296702
Note to parents
Some versions of this film are displayed in the 3D or IMAX format and some younger children may find them a more intense experience

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