Hannibal

Movie • 2001 • Crime  Report
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MissTinaDiamond
There is a dead pigeon
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The dog is frightened but not killed
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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TaylorDawnFortune
A dead pigeon is shown.
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Princessssamm
No horses die in this film. I don’t even recall horses ever appearing.
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invadermac
Mason’s addictions are mentioned in flashback
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Ravesti
Mason Verger is given drugs by Dr. Lecter in a flashback scene.
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madliv
Alcohol is consumed throughout the movie, but not abused.
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Ravesti
Character is disemboweled, another has his neck slashed.
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invadermac
Hannibal ties up & guts a character, and removes parts of another’s brain while he’s alive
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invadermac
Not in this movie
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AnimalLover90
Dr. Hannibal Lecter ties up an FBI agent and cuts his skull cap off, then cuts off a piece of his brain, then cooks it and feeds it to the man.
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madliv
No, but there is severe facial disfiguration, and a character’s mouth is deformed. Their lips are missing, but their teeth are intact and uninjured, although not always visible to the point where it looks like they are missing.
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madliv
Right at the beginning, a character is seen with severe facial disfigurations. It appears that one of his eyes is missing its lids.
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Ravesti
Dr. Lecter chops off his hand with a knife in order to escape handcuffs. In an earlier scene, Mason Verger describes his plan to torture Dr. Lecter by allowing boars to eat his feet, though this plan later falls through.
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invadermac
Woman drug dealer using her baby as a human shield
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Rg123
No children die in the movie.
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madliv
Several characters watch others throughout the film. At one point, one character enters another while they are sleeping, but nothing much happens.
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nunyabiz
No one says when this happens, and I close my eyes every time, so this is a guess (but a pretty reliable one, seeing as how there is no v anywhere else-) it's at the end when they are at the dinner table and Hannibal makes Ray Liotta eat a peice of his own brain- I believe it is Clarise that v*s at that point.
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invadermac
Not in this movie
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Ravesti
In one scene, Clarice watches a hospital security tape of Dr. Lecter attacking a nurse.
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Rg123
YES if you have a severe phobia of syringes going in arms DO NOT WATCH.
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invadermac
Nobody in THIS MOVIE has cancer
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Ravesti
This page concerns the film, not the TV series; no bodily dysmorphia in the film.
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invadermac
Unless you count cannibalism a eating disorder
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madliv
At one point, a character falls face-first in the dirt and is unable to move.
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invadermac
Nobody commits suicide in this movie
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Nepeta
A character is drugged and ends up carving off the skin on their face + nose
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Ravesti
This page concerns the film, not the TV series; no strobe effects in film.
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Ravesti
This page concerns the film, not the TV series; no miscarriage in the film.
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Ravesti
This page concerns the film, not the TV series; no sexual assault is shown on-screen in the film, though Mason Verger does describe having sexually abused children in the past.
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madliv
A sketch of a nude female is briefly seen a few times. Nude male statues are also briefly seen.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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AnimalLover90
Mason Verger makes a comment about how his father founded a "Christian" camp for "children who weren't wanted and would do anything for a candy bar". He also admits to having previously sexually assaulted and abusing children after his own childhood. Leading to that his father may have molested him as well as other children under his care.
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AnimalLover90
Mason Verger says he invited Dr. Lecter to his home and answered the door in his "most come hither outfit" and said of Dr. Lecter, "I was worried he might be afraid of me" in reference to Dr. Lecter being afraid of Mason coming onto him. Mason Verger dies in the film though it has nothing to do with his sexual orientation.
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Ravesti
Paul Krendler refers to Dr. Lecter as a queer/expresses homophobic beliefs.
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madliv
A black person is one of the first people to die, but they are not a main character.
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madliv
Someone’s face is severely disfigured, and a character jokes about meeting them “face to face, so to speak”.
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Rosebud
One of Agent Starlings co-workers says to Starling he always suspected Hannibal to be a 'q*eer'.
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Ravesti
This page concerns the film, not the TV series; film's ending is neither happy nor sad.
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invadermac
There is no domestic violence in THIS FILM
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madliv
Right in the beginning around 9 minutes in, there is a shootout, and an officer is hit by a car and ultimately killed. He is seen being struck by the car, and blood is seen on the windshield.
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Ravesti
During Clarice's visit near the beginning of the film, it is briefly mentioned that Mason Verger sexually abused children prior to the film's events; nothing relating to this is shown on-screen.
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madliv
In once scene a character is bound and gagged with duct tape, and is breathing heavily. In another scene, someone is wearing Hannibal Lecter’s mask and mentions that he “can’t breathe”, but rather dramatically. It is taken off immediately then. In another scene, a character falls face first in the dirt, unable to roll over, and struggles to breathe.
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Ravesti
A character is hung after being pushed off a balcony.
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Ravesti
Character is defenestrated and hanged.
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Ravesti
Shootout scene in the beginning of the film.
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madliv
Yes, lots throughout the film (too much to specify). One part that is particularly disturbing: a man is sitting at a table and the top of his scalp is taken off while he’s alive. Part of his brain is removed, fried, and fed to him.
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madliv
No, but someone is hit by a car. Later, another car scrapes into another but doesn’t crash.
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