• Director(s)

    Simon Chambers

  • Production Year

    2022

  • Release date

    19/04/2024

  • Genre(s)

    Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    84m

Film

Much Ado About Dying

very strong language

A filmmaker cares for his eccentric uncle in the last years of his life in this intimate and bittersweet documentary, which deals candidly with themes of old age, infirmity and mortality.

A filmmaker cares for his eccentric uncle in the last years of his life in this intimate and bittersweet documentary, which deals candidly with themes of old age, infirmity and mortality.

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Content Advice(May contain spoilers)

language

sex

discrimination

theme

violence

threat and horror

drugs

sexual violence and sexual threat

  • Director(s)

    Simon Chambers

  • Production Year

    2022

  • Release date

    19/04/2024

  • Genre(s)

    Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    84m

very strong language
Classified Date:
23/02/2024
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Cosmic Cat
language
There is infrequent use of very strong language (‘c**t’) and also of strong language (‘f**k’)’. Milder terms include ‘shit’ and ‘God’.
sex
Infrequent moderate sex references include a use of ‘f**k’ in the sexual sense.
discrimination
There are brief and undetailed references to historical homophobia, which is clearly criticised.
theme
Mild upsetting scenes include ones involving illness and death, such as scenes in which a man attends the bedside of his elderly relative in the final hours of his life.
suicide and self-harm
A man tells his relative that he is experiencing suicidal thoughts. Soon afterwards the man refuses medical treatment necessary to save his life, but he subsequently changes his mind. There is no graphic detail.
  • Classified date

    23/02/2024

  • Language

    English