Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the movie begins with an abrupt, violent car crash scene resulting in two deaths. The film features complex betrayals (personal, corporate, and political) that will be difficult for younger viewers to follow. It also includes images of impoverished and ailing individuals in Kenyan villages and hospitals, violence (men on horseback chase after villagers), chase scenes, and brief sexuality (a soft-filtered, loving scene with the couple nestled in white sheets). Some language (uttered in anger), and much discussion of disloyalty, lies, and greed on the part of British government officials and international drug corporations.
Romantic, pretty sex, some nudity (pregnant body).
Violent car crash at start, violence inflicted on villagers, a woman miscarries.
Used in anger or frustration.
Government and corporate corruption, lies and arguments between friends.
Discussion of drugs products and patents.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Brief smoking, drinking; drugs given to patients.