LOCAL HERO is a 1983 comedy drama in which a Texan oil executive is sent on a business trip to buy out the residents of a small Scottish village.
There is infrequent partial use of strong language (eg “motherfu--”). Other terms include 'bitch', ‘piss’, ‘asshole’, ‘shit’, ‘bugger’, 'hell' and ‘crap’.
Occasional moderate sex references include a sequence in which an eccentric therapist suggests methods of ‘humiliating’ his patient including hitting him or tying him up; the patient notes that this sounds more like ‘perversion’ than therapy.
A man makes a passing discriminatory comment about work in Scotland being simpler because they won't be "dealing with a bunch of Indians”. The film as a whole does not condone discrimination.
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|Local Hero||Physical media + VOD/Streaming||106m 49s||Channel 4 DVD||26/03/2009|
|Local Hero||Physical media + VOD/Streaming||106m 48s||Universal Pictures (UK) Ltd. - Video||22/11/2000|
|Local Hero||Physical media + VOD/Streaming||106m 55s||Universal Pictures UK Ltd||04/11/1999|
|Local Hero||Physical media + VOD/Streaming||107m 3s||Braveworld Ltd||13/09/1991|
|Local Hero||Physical media + VOD/Streaming||106m 43s||Warner Home Video Ltd||17/03/1987|