The Favourite

Movie • 2018 • Comedy  Report
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Does an animal die?
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Erin Clancey
I want to reply to the rabbit comment. Emma Stone's character squishes a bunny with her shoe, but the bunny does not die. He hops off, a bit shaken at first, but ultimately ok. Birds are shot and killed as target practice. Someone tosses the birds into the air and Emma Stone and Rachel Weiss shoot at them.
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juno
Emma Stone's character attempts to squash a bunny under her shoe, does not kill the rabbit however. there is an awful squealing emitted from the bunny which is disturbing.
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Are there bugs?
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Does a cat die?
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Crow75
A character gets a big cut on her face after an accident.
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lovelinus
it's mentioned
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andreag112394
There is a mention of the main female character's miscarriages. There is no onscreen deaths of any children.
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Crow75
A character is kind of held as a hostage in a brothel while she is recovering from injuries after being poisoned and falling off a horse in the middle of the woods.
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Crow75
But there are characters in period typical heavy makeup: white face, bright makeup, big wigs; that can have a similar effect on someone who's really freaked out by clowns.
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Crow75
There is no modern shower scene, but people are shown naked, washing up (female servants have to wash themselves in front of others) and in bathtubs (there's for example a mud bath).
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ErickaS
1). First instance, you can see it coming. The Queen is eating cake and a servant runs up with a bowl to catch her vomit. 2). Second instance, Rachel Weisz's character has been poisoned and she is on a horse running away from the estate, she slows down, and there you go. You can anticipate this one as well. 3). Third instance, not long after the second, Rachel Weisz's character wakes up and instantly throws up. This one surprised me, so watch out. 4). Emma Stone's character announces she's not feeling well (after a night of drinking) and staggers for a while and throws up in a vase. You can see this one coming.
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Crow75
No, but the queen is shown to have chronical illnesses that cause her to be bedbound often or getting sick.
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Penelope Hutton
She doesn't actually die, but there is a very, very near suicide when the Queen almost throws herself out of a window
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juno
Queen Anne is shown throwing up then continues to eat her cake - seems habitual
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JacobStaten
The queen is repeatedly mislead and manipulated by everyone around her.
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ahrahgorn
Emma Stone hits herself in the face with a large book to give herself a bloody nose
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Crow75
There's no shaky cam, but there are very wide shots where the picture gets distorted on the edges.
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marmar
Queen Anne has had multiple miscarriages before the film begins. These are discussed but not shown.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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ahrahgorn
There's no onscreen rape, but there's discussion of it (Anne describes being assaulted by someone when she first met Sarah) & there's hinting/threatening ish of it but nothing comes of it
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JimmyP
A few scene of nudity.
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JacobStaten
Pretty muxh everyone is miserable by the end.
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Penelope Hutton
A character nearly throws herself out of a window. She is stopped, but it may be upsetting
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Crow75
Rifles are shot as sport, and people don't shoot at each other, but they are passive-agressively hinting at it.
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