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The Justice of Bunny King | 2022 | NR | – 3.4.9

content-ratingsWhy is “The Justice of Bunny King” rated NR? The MPAA has not rated this film. The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes an implied sexual assault of a teen, a police standoff ending in a bloody gunshot wound, a threat with a razor, a car theft and vandalizing a car, we hear about a child abuse incident that left the child disabled, many arguments, and over 40 F-words and other strong language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.


A restored citizen and mother of two (Essie Davis) struggles against the system in order to regain custody of her children and find them a safe place to live. Also with Thomasin McKenzie, Lively Nili, Bridie Sisson, Semu Filipo, Harry Adams, Angus Stevens, Amelie Baynes, Xana Tang, Max Crosby, Penelope Crosby, Darien Takle and Erroll Shand. Directed by Gaysorn Thavat. [Running Time: 1:41]

The Justice of Bunny King SEX/NUDITY 3

 – A man and a teen girl sit in a car in a garage alone and the man touches the teen’s face suggestively; a woman sees the two in the car and she charges into the garage, yells, she hits the man, and they struggle and argue as the teen runs out.
 A woman wears a low-cut top that reveals cleavage in several scenes. A man is shown shirtless and wearing boxer briefs (we see his bare chest, abdomen and legs to the upper thighs).

The Justice of Bunny King VIOLENCE/GORE 4

 – A woman threatens people in an office and holds a razor to a woman’s throat. A woman reaches for keys in her pocket and she is shot through a glass door by police outside; we see a bloody shoulder wound and she is taken in an ambulance.
 A man and a teen girl sit in a car in a garage alone and the man touches the teen’s face suggestively; a woman sees the two in the car and she charges into the garage, yells, she hits the man, and they struggle and argue as the teen runs out. A woman is locked into an office at a child welfare office and breaks the glass with a chair when her teen niece screams, as someone tries to take her away. A woman accuses people washing windows at an intersection of begging and yells when one person throws something on her window that smears when she runs her wipers. A man speeds toward an intersection where a woman washes windows and he yells at her; she breaks his windshield and runs away as he chases her but is cut off when a truck speeds by. A woman jumps into a swimming pool when she sees a teen girl floating face down (she was not drowning, just floating). A balloon pops and police speculate that a woman holding another woman hostage in an office has a gun. Many police officers and SWAT teams arrive after a woman locks an office with another woman and a teen girl inside and demands that her children be brought to her.
 A woman steals a car from a man’s garage and speeds away as he yells and runs out on his balcony. A woman describes a man shaking and her child and slamming her against a wall; the injuries left the child physically disabled. A man and a woman argue about accusations of sexual assault. A woman says, “My baby went blue because she couldn’t breathe.” A woman says, “I wanted to do to him what he did to her,” about a man beating her child. A woman and a teen girl argue in a few scenes. A woman argues with people at a child welfare services office.
 People wash windshields at a large intersection in several scenes; in one scene, the police arrive and several of the window washers run away. A woman spray-paints the word “SCUM” on the side of a man’s car, opens the sunroof and urinates into the car (we hear the stream). A woman shoplifts from a store. A woman and a teen girl stay overnight in an apartment that is for sale; the teen hides in a closet when the realtor comes to show the apartment.
 A woman is accused of trespassing at a foster family’s house to see her children. A woman argues with another woman and a man and pounds on their door when they won’t let her say goodbye to her teen son and daughter. A teen girl hits her younger brother and they argue over a game controller. A teen boy tells a young girl that their mother is not allowed to visit them. A woman is dismissive toward another woman touring a house for sale; she tells her to take her shoes off and tries to rush her out of the house when she cannot provide proof of income. A woman lies to a child welfare officer that she has found a place to stay with her children; the owner of the home comes home and seems upset, but leaves.
 A young girl struggles to pull herself up to use a walker.

The Justice of Bunny King LANGUAGE 9

 – About 44 F-words, 2 obscene hand gestures, 2 sexual references, 23 scatological terms, anatomical terms, 4 mild obscenities, name-calling (pervert, stupid, gross, sick, pedophiles, mental, creep), exclamations (get off, shut-up, I stuffed up), 3 religious exclamations (e.g. oh God, Jesus). | profanity glossary |

The Justice of Bunny King SUBSTANCE USE

 – People speculate that a woman is on meth. Several empty beer bottles are shown on tables in a house.

The Justice of Bunny King DISCUSSION TOPICS

 – Housing shortages, finding employment after a prison sentence, trust, dreams, shoplifting, sexual assault, child abuse, child welfare programs.

The Justice of Bunny King MESSAGE

 – It’s sometimes hard to convince people to listen to you.

CAVEATS

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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