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Shang-Chi is the 25th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but is the first film in the franchise to feature an Asian superhero as the lead.
Young Kung-Fu master Shang-Chi is pulled back under the shadowy cloud of the Ten Rings, years after he chose to leave the organisation - and his father - behind. This action fantasy from Marvel Studios - the 25th instalment of the franchise - sees the martial artist embroiled in his father’s quest to find a village that is trapped in another dimension.
The choreography in Shang-Chi is influenced by a range of different fighting styles, drawing inspiration from Jackie Chan’s films, as well as incorporating elements familiar in Hong Kong action cinema. Martial-arts violence features throughout the film in numerous set-piece sequences, and was also a key issue for Compliance Officers when classifying the official teaser trailer for the film.
Take a look for yourself and, taking into consideration the issues present in the trailer, how might you rate it? Remember that audiences are generally unaware of what trailers they will view before they see their chosen feature at the cinema, so how might this context affect the age rating decision of the BBFC?
Pick the issues that you see and your chosen rating from the options below to reveal the correct answer.
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