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2067 | 2020 | NR | – 0.5.7

content-ratingsWhy is “2067” rated NR? The MPAA has not rated this film. The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes several conversations about the destruction of Earth and mankind, several fights with a couple ending in bloody deaths by gunshot, a mechanism attached to a boy’s wrist causing a lot of bleeding, a man sets himself on fire, a couple of people are shown suffocating, people and objects are transported through a glowing portal in a couple of scenes, and almost 30 F-words and other strong language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.


In 2067 climate change has caused the world’s vegetation to die and even oxygen is in short supply. With humanity on the brink of extinction, a young man (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is sent 400 years into the future to find a solution. Also with Ryan Kwanten, Sana’a Shaik, Deborah Mailman, Aaron Glenane and Finn Little. Directed by Seth Larney. [Running Time: 1:54]

2067 SEX/NUDITY 0

 – A wife kisses her husband on the head.


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2067 VIOLENCE/GORE 5

 – A voiceover and news reports indicate that Earth’s ecosystem has collapsed and we see areas of the planet covered with glowing embers, we hear that oceans are drying up and people are suffocating without oxygen; the planet is eventually shown to be totally dark and dead except for one city. We hear a report about the last living plant dying.
 A woman and her young son walk through a dark alley, two men with guns approach them and the woman tries to plead for their lives, one man raises his gun, the woman wraps her arms around her son and the man shoots her through the throat (we see the bloody wound and blood sprays); the woman collapses to the ground and dies as the boy watches and calls for her and one of the gunmen steals the boy’s oxygen mask leaving him gasping for air until another man puts a mask on him (the boy recovers). Two men fight and one holds the other around the throat, one holds a gun to the head of the other and when the gun is fired blood sprays on one man’s face and the other man falls dead. A man is shot in the chest and falls dead with blood on his clothing and hand. A man presents his son with a birthday gift box and tells the boy to put his hand inside; when the boy does so we hear a clamping sound and the boy cries in pain as he pulls his hand out and we see a metal bracelet on his wrist and a lot of blood on his hand, arm and pooling on the floor. A man locks himself in a room as it is depressurized and he flips a switch to restore power before collapsing to the floor (he is revived later).
 A man on a street sets himself on fire; he falls to the ground moaning and lies motionless (presumably dead). Two guards surround a man in a dark tunnel and take him to an office where he meets with a woman and they discuss a plan to help save the planet. A video recording shows two men arguing and fighting ending with a gunshot that we do not see. A man shoves another man on a street. We hear a recording of men arguing that ends with a gunshot. A man seems to be hallucinating after being poisoned and we see a bright flash in the sky and he runs away from someone moving toward him; he falls into a puddle on the ground with his face in the water (we see him OK later). Two men argue and one holds a gun on the other. Two men argue and shove each other. Two men argue and one locks another in a room with a crowbar across the door handles.
 A large tunnel shaped machine glows and whirrs in a few scenes: In one scene a man is placed in the machine and we see him disappear in a swirl of light as he screams; he is thrown through what looks like portals and falls through clouds crashing to the ground where his protective suits catches fire and a pack explodes throwing him (he is OK). A portal explodes and people are thrown as a woman screams in dismay. A small clock drops out of the tunnel shaped machine when it stops whirring and we are told that the clock was sent to the future and returned.
 A man walks alone through a thick forest and finds a skeleton on the ground outside an entrance to a bunker; we see a bullet hole in the skull. Two men work in a dark tunnel to repair a nuclear core that produces power in a city. People talk about the production of synthetic oxygen. People talk about an O2 rejection epidemic. We see the overgrown ruins of a city in a few scenes and in one scene there are many human skeletons strewn on the ground including a child’s, and one adult is shown still attached to an oxygen machine.
 A man tells another man, “I watched you die.” A woman covers a man’s eyes from behind and he is startled. A computerized voice repeats that a nuclear core is failing and that there is not enough power. Graffiti on a wall reads, “God has left this place.” A man finds a note that reads, “I wish you came back.” A man says, “I can’t play God.” A man tells another man, “I never had a father.” A man says, “They died for nothing.”
 A man removes his oxygen mask and he vomits blood against a wall (we see the blood splatter). A woman playfully wrestles with a man and she spits blood on the inside the mask she is wearing (we see the blood and hear a splatter); she washes the blood off in the sink and we understand that she is sick. A man is shown with a heavy metal bracelet on his wrist and we see irritated, scarred flesh around it and it bleeds in a few scenes when he tries to pull it off. A man spits on a floor. A man breaks the wrist bone of a skeleton and removes a bracelet (we hear a crunch). A man eats berries, reacts to the flavor and then begins vomiting (we see goo a couple of times) when he is poisoned by them; he is injected with an antitoxin and he recovers. A bracelet on a man’s wrist makes a noise and his arm bleeds.
 A man talks about his father having left him a suicide note when he was 8-years old. A man talks about having lost his family. A woman talks about watching three of her students suffocate right in front of her.
 Something scans a man’s eye and a door opens. People wearing masks are shown walking through streets. ATM machines that dispense oxygen are seen on streets. People are tested by scanning their eyes in several scenes, presumably for identification or health.


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2067 LANGUAGE 7

 – About 29 F-words, 1 scatological term, 2 anatomical terms, 8 mild obscenities, name-calling (low-life foggers, romantic, fool, liar, stupid, science man, silly, ugly, bag of bones, puppy), exclamations (calm down, you’re losing your mind man), 1 religious profanity (GD), 8 religious exclamations (e.g. Hail Mary, Jesus, Jesus Christ, God Has Left This Place, I Can’t Play God, Thank [F-word deleted] Christ). | profanity glossary |


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2067 SUBSTANCE USE

 – People are shown in a bar and one man injects a vial into his oxygen mask and inhales it, and a man is stabbed in the chest with an antitoxin vial.


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2067 DISCUSSION TOPICS

 – Preserving the ecosystem, the survival of humankind, death of loved ones, regret, second chances, time travel, abandonment, physicists, faith, family, fate.

2067 MESSAGE

 – The earth can recover, but humanity is destroying itself by not paying attention to climate change. Time travel creates paradoxes, but the future can be changed.

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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.

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