Fire
  • Directors(s)

    Alexey Nuzhny

  • Production Year

    2020

  • Genre(s)

    Action, Adventure, Thriller

  • Approx. running minutes

    132m

  • Cast

    Konstantin Khabenskiy, Ivan Yankovskiy, Stasya Miloslavskaya, Andrey Smolyakov

Film

Fire

moderate threat, violence

FIRE is a Russian disaster film in which a team of firefighters must evacuate a group of villagers from the path of a raging forest fire.

  • Directors(s)

    Alexey Nuzhny

  • Production Year

    2020

  • Genre(s)

    Action, Adventure, Thriller

  • Approx. running minutes

    132m

  • Cast

    Konstantin Khabenskiy, Ivan Yankovskiy, Stasya Miloslavskaya, Andrey Smolyakov

threat and horror

A forest fire burns out of control, leading to scenes of threat in which both firefighters and civilians are trapped in dangerous situations. These include occasional moments of emotional upset, such as when a group of children are separated from their mothers so they can be evacuated.

violence

There is a brief scene of moderate violence in which the firefighters get into a fistfight with another group of men.


Bad language includes uses of 'shit', 'crap', 'ass', 'goddamn' and 'Christ'. There are occasional mild sex references, such as when a group of women admire a shirtless fireman and suggest he take his trousers off too. A man is briefly seen with blood on his face.
UseRuntimeDistributorClassification Date
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FireVOD/Streaming132m 0sKoch Films GmbH13/09/2021
  • Classified date

    13/09/2021

  • Language

    Russian