Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Winter's Tale, based on Mark Helprin's 1983 novel of the same name, deals with heavy themes of love and death, and good vs. evil, and so is best for teens and older who can handle these issues. Expect a few scenes of brutal violence (stabbings and up-close shootings) and some heavy kissing and implied nudity (a woman's naked back and silhouette is seen from afar). Swearing ("goddamn" and "s--t") is used sparingly.
A couple is shown kissing and rolling around in bed, their naked backs visible. A man looks longingly at a naked woman from afar. We see her silhouette.
Brutal, bloody, one-on-one brawls, where men use fists, draw knives, and shoot at each other with guns. A man stabs another for not having the right answer, using his blood to draw a picture on the table. Two men are shot point blank.
Some swearing, including "Goddamn," "son-of-a-bitch," and "s--t."
Good triumphs over evil, especially when you have love on your side.
Signage for Dunkin' Donuts is visible.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink at a saloon. A man offers his guest a glass of claret.