• Director(s)

    Paul Sng

  • Production Year

    2023

  • Release date

    17/11/2023

  • Genre(s)

    Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    90m

  • Cast

    Maxine Peake, Shin-Fei Chen, Ella Murtha

Film

Tish

brief sexualised nudity

The life and work of photographer Tish Murtha, who focussed on the experiences of working class communities, is explored in this moving documentary. Empathetic references to abuse, prejudice and hardships occur.

The life and work of photographer Tish Murtha, who focussed on the experiences of working class communities, is explored in this moving documentary. Empathetic references to abuse, prejudice and hardships occur.

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Content Advice(May contain spoilers)

violence

language

sex

discrimination

drugs

sexual violence and sexual threat

nudity

dangerous behaviour

  • Director(s)

    Paul Sng

  • Production Year

    2023

  • Release date

    17/11/2023

  • Genre(s)

    Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    90m

  • Cast

    Maxine Peake, Shin-Fei Chen, Ella Murtha

brief sexualised nudity
Classified Date:
31/10/2023
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Modern Films
violence
There are verbal references to domestic abuse, and to foremen at building sites bullying their employees.
language
There is use of the terms 'bitch', 'bloody', 'piss', 'bollocks', 'God', 'damn' and 'hell'.
sex
Visual and verbal references are made to 1980s Soho in London, in which streets and stores advertise the striptease acts, peep shows and pornographic films within. There are also references to sex workers.
discrimination
There is discussion of class prejudice in the UK. A photograph shows a girl with a black substance over her face, which may be an allusion to racist behaviour. A gay man self-referentially refers to himself as a woman's "fairy godfather". A dated reference is made to a woman being chased by a 'transvestite'.
drugs
An area of the UK is said to have the reputation among some prejudicial people as being rife with drug misuse, but this view is challenged.
sexual violence and sexual threat
Oblique references are made to older male Jazz band leaders leering at the young female members in short skirts. A passing reference is made to cars pulling up in a neighbourhood and inviting people on the streets to get inside.
nudity
A montage features photographs of women performing in striptease shows, including full frontal nudity and breast nudity. There are also scenes of natural nudity in the context of childbirth.
dangerous behaviour
Teens are seen jumping from an upper floor window onto mattresses. Children are see pointing guns, although these may be toys or air-rifles.
theme
There are emotional references to death and grief.
alcohol and tobacco
Archive photographs include people drinking and smoking, including children.
Classified Date:
03/11/2023
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Modern Films
  • Classified date

    31/10/2023

  • Language

    English