Parental guidance

THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING (2019)

THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING (2019)
  • Genre: Fantasy, Adventure

  • Release date(s):

  • Run time: 120 minutes

  • Director(s): Joe Cornish

  • Cast: Rebecca Ferguson, Tom Taylor, Patrick Stewart, Rhianna Dorris, Dean Chaumoo, Louis Ashbourne Serkis

  • BBFCinsight: mild threat, scary scenes, violence, language

  • Synopsis: THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING is a fantasy adventure film in which a boy discovers he might be a descendant of King Arthur.

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THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING is a fantasy adventure film in which a boy discovers he might be a descendant of King Arthur.

Threat

Scary scenes include children being pursued and attacked by skeletal demons, dragons and other fantastical creatures.

Violence

Scenes of mild violence include groups of children fighting with swords and shields, with some stabbing and slashing. There is also a scene in which a child is bullied at school and held over railings, resulting in a brief playground fight.

Language

There is mild bad language.

There is some comic buttock nudity as a young man walks through a village naked. More information about this and all other film releases is available for parents on the main BBFC website and the free BBFC app.

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