Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is the multiple Oscar-winning movie from 2000 directed by Ang Lee. Unsurprisingly, this movie features martial-arts violence and battles. Most of these battles are bloodless, but one character is killed when a blade is hurtled into his forehead. Major characters are killed, and one death could be interpreted as suicide. Although the women are treated with complete equality and are equal to or superior to the men in judgment and combat, one female character expresses bitterness that she was not permitted to train as a warrior. A female lead character is called a "little whore." In one scene, sex is strongly implied between two characters, although there is no nudity. In another scene, a woman's nipples are exposed through her wet shirt.
In one scene, a woman's nipples are visible through her shirt. Two characters kiss, reclined; sex is strongly implied, but no nudity.
Frequent martial-arts-style violence throughout the film. Characters fight with swords, bows and arrows, knives, spears, punches, and kicks. A character dies from a thrown blade stabbing him in the forehead. One death could be interpreted as suicide.
A female lead character is called a "little whore."
It's important to be grateful toward those who show you kindness and consideration.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Wine drinking in one scene.