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Indivisible | 2018 | PG-13 | – 1.5.1

Why is “Indivisible” rated PG-13? The MPAA rating has been assigned for “some thematic material and war violence.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes military action, a few stressful encounters with gunmen that end in the death and wounding of soldiers and a child, and a few instances of name-calling. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.”


content-ratingsBased on the true story of an Army Chaplain (Justin Bruening) that was deployed with infantry members to Iraq in 2007: When he returns to his wife and family after 15 months he is a changed man, questioning his faith, and to re-build his relationships requires him to be able to ask for help. Also with Sarah Drew, Jason George, Tia Mowry-Hardrict, Skye P. Marshall, Tanner Stine, Madeline Carroll, Michael O’Neill and Eric Close. Directed by David G. Evans. [Running Time: 1:59]

Indivisible SEX/NUDITY 1

 – A husband and his wife kiss, hug and hold hands in a few scenes. Several soldiers and their significant others kiss and hug when they are deployed to Iraq.
 A man is surprised when he realizes that his assistant is a woman.
 A young woman is shown going into labor in a hospital. A woman wears low-cut tops and dresses that reveal cleavage in several scenes.


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Indivisible VIOLENCE/GORE 5

 - A military vehicle speeds back to a base and we see a soldier with blood on his face, a man with blood on his face and clothing, a child with a bloody wound, another child dead from her injuries and a man with very bloody hands as he hands the child to a Army Chaplain. A man flashes back to the sight of a young girl dead and covered with blood after an attack and the memory of holding the child and having her blood on his hands. A man slams a glass on a counter and cuts his hand (we see blood and he says he will go have stitches).
 Three military vehicles drive along desert roads and through a small village; a man flashes a mirror to signal someone and we see men using phones and signaling others until they are shot at and they return fire; an RPG is launched at the vehicles and hits a car in the street instead, blowing it up. Three military vehicles drive along roads, we hear gunfire hitting the metal and the gunner on the top of the vehicle shoots back. RPGs explode in a base and several people are thrown (one man seems to be in shock and needs help to move to safety.
 A man leaving a house is tackled by military police and a little boy comes out calling for him as the man is handcuffed and taken away. A man is shown in a hospital bed with sheets covering his legs, but it looks like part of one leg is missing from the knee down.
 A man pounds on his front door and yells at his wife when she answers; she accuses him of smelling like a whiskey plant and sends him away. A husband yells at his wife on the phone. A man yells at his children and grabs a journal away from them until his wife enters the room and shields the children and she kicks her husband out of the house telling him to get help. A man yells at his wife as he runs through the house frantically locking doors and windows. A husband and his wife argue, he gets very close to her face and yells. A man in a wheelchair bumps into another man and yells at him. A young woman cries and panics when her husband is deployed to Iraq fearing that he will be injured or worse and leaving her with a young child and another on the way. A man is confrontational with another man and tells him to get out of his business. A man is angry about a child having been killed and questions God's will to take her away and not save her, and he says, "She believed in a God who didn't do anything to save her."
 We hear that there are many divorces filed when troops are sent to serve at the front lines. A woman describes her husband as being angry and distant when he comes home from serving in Iraq. A woman complains about not getting any sleep because her infant child cries all the time. A man talks about his father having left him when he was young. A woman talks about missing out on her son's life. A man tells a driver, "Stevie Wonder drives better than you." A man says, "I almost died with chapped lips." A wife tells her husband that she can't stand being shut out. A woman talks about having broken up with her current husband twice before they got married. A soldier describes what happened in an RPG attack that killed two soldiers (one was caught in gunfire and the other was caught in a fire but we do not see them). We hear that a soldier was killed by an IERD and a commanding officer might lose one of his legs. A wife tells her husband about their daughter's allergy attack and says that there was hay that she had a reaction to. A man says that someone at the base had a crisis. Two men tell two women about the death of their husband and fiancée and the women cry. A commander tells his troops, "There are people here that want to kill us." A commander instructs his troops to "destroy Al-Qaeda and keep America safe." A "Don't Tread On Me" sign is seen posted on the door of a barrack.
 A young girl has an attack and collapses alone in a festival maze; she does not respond when she is found and we see her with an oxygen mask as she is placed in an ambulance (she is OK later). A young girl has an attack and can't breathe; she uses two puffs from an inhaler and recovers. A man complains of chapped lips and asks to borrow another man's Chapstick (he refuses). A man practices walking with his prosthetic leg. People gather for a service for two men who were killed.
 A man draws a knife and moves toward another man, but stabs a scorpion on the man's desk instead. Soldiers take target practice with rifles. We see soldiers practicing maneuvers. We see a couple of battle scene sequences where wounded soldiers (no wounds are visible) are carried on stretchers. We see tracer fire at night.


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Indivisible LANGUAGE 1

 - 1 mild obscenity, name-calling (angry, distant, picture perfect marriage, drunk loser, insurgents, ashamed, bug), exclamations (dang), 12 religious exclamations (God's In This, Oh My God, God's With Us, Thank God, Gift From God, Lord, Oh God, God's Got Your Back). | profanity glossary |


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Indivisible SUBSTANCE USE

 - A man asks for "a cold one" and is given a cold juice box.


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Indivisible DISCUSSION TOPICS

 - The Iraq War, PTSD, divorce, single parenting, death of a loved one, sacrifice, hope, anxiety, anger, depression, ending one's own life, confidence, taking risks, Operation Shock and Awe, memories, mind inhibitors, salvation, losing faith, heroism, support systems.

Indivisible MESSAGE

 - Faith and the strength of others can help get us through difficult situations.

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Be aware that while we do our best to avoid spoilers it is impossible to disguise all details and some may reveal crucial plot elements.

We've gone through several editorial changes since we started covering films in 1992 and older reviews are not as complete & accurate as recent ones; we plan to revisit and correct older reviews as resources and time permits.

Our ratings and reviews are based on the theatrically-released versions of films; on video there are often Unrated, Special, Director's Cut or Extended versions, (usually accurately labelled but sometimes mislabeled) released that contain additional content, which we did not review.



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