Eight For Silver

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Set in the late 1800's. A man arrives in a remote country village to investigate an attack by a wild animal but discovers a much deeper and sinister force that has the manor and its town's people in its grip.
This movie contains 4 potentially triggering events.
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Does the dog die?
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Are animals abused?
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Horses on fire in final scenes. Rabbit killed early on.
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Is someone sexually assaulted?
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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Dead rabbit in early scenes.
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Does a pet die?
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Were animals harmed in the making?
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Is a child abused?
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Is there pedophilia?
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Bodily Harm
Is someone burned alive?
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Is someone buried alive?
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Is there amputation?
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Is someone tortured?
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Krystle
Romani (gypsy) made a living scarecrow by removing hands and feet and stuffing with straw. Surprised racism isn't a category for this movie. Romani are referred to as 'gypsies' on many occasions. Gypsy is a derogratory term to the Roma people, stemming from the fact they were all once assumed to be from Egypt (they weren't - they moved across, or were rather chased across Europe from India originally). It's sad how many assume the term 'gypsy' to be harmless.
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Violence
Is there blood/gore?
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Is there gun violence?
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