• Director(s)

    Various

  • Production Year

    2024

  • Genre(s)

    Music

  • Approx. running minutes

    56m

Film

Mastodon - Crack the Skye

strong language, brief sexual images

MASTODON - CRACK THE SKYE is a US music documentary charting the production of the heavy metal band's fourth studio album.

MASTODON - CRACK THE SKYE is a US music documentary charting the production of the heavy metal band's fourth studio album.

language
Occasional strong language ('f**k') accompanies use of moderate bad language ('bitch') and milder terms such as 'shit', 'ass', 'crap', 'God' and 'damn'.
sex
An animated still image depicts a group of naked people engaging in various sexual acts together in a forest. This brief scene shows undetailed stick-figure images of implied cunnilingus and fellatio, as well as sexualised breast and genital nudity.
Undetailed and infrequent references are made to teen suicide and bereavement, including a musician dedicating an album to his late sister's memory. However, these occur within an anti-suicide context. References are made to a man suffering a severe head injury after a brutal attack. His bandmates express their concern over his mental health in the aftermath and note that he has channelled his emotional pain through music. Infrequent use of discriminatory language ('retard') occurs. There is a comic undetailed reference to drug misuse. A man makes an off-colour joke about rapists; however, sexual violence is clearly not endorsed by work as a whole.
  • Director(s)

    Various

  • Production Year

    2024

  • Genre(s)

    Music

  • Approx. running minutes

    56m

strong language, brief sexual images
Classified Date:
28/05/2024
Version:
2D
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
Distributor:
Warner Music UK
language
Occasional strong language ('f**k') accompanies use of moderate bad language ('bitch') and milder terms such as 'shit', 'ass', 'crap', 'God' and 'damn'.
sex
An animated still image depicts a group of naked people engaging in various sexual acts together in a forest. This brief scene shows undetailed stick-figure images of implied cunnilingus and fellatio, as well as sexualised breast and genital nudity.
Undetailed and infrequent references are made to teen suicide and bereavement, including a musician dedicating an album to his late sister's memory. However, these occur within an anti-suicide context. References are made to a man suffering a severe head injury after a brutal attack. His bandmates express their concern over his mental health in the aftermath and note that he has channelled his emotional pain through music. Infrequent use of discriminatory language ('retard') occurs. There is a comic undetailed reference to drug misuse. A man makes an off-colour joke about rapists; however, sexual violence is clearly not endorsed by work as a whole.
  • Classified date

    28/05/2024

  • Language

    English