The Death of Stalin Comedy Drama Historical
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied
Sexual harassment on-screen (e.g. verbal, non-consensual touching/grabbing)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sexual abuse
Incest
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen

Description

One of the characters is accused of having raped children as young as seven. There is a scene towards the middle of the film where he is heavily implied to use his authority (backed by the threat of death or imprisonment) to force a prepubescent child to join him for an unstated reason, whereupon the film cuts away. The girl in question is later seen being given back to her parents, appearing traumatised and being given a flower by the man (historically, a practice used to claim 'consent,' usually accepted - again - under the threat of imprisonment and/or execution). His history as a serial rapist is later explicitly brought up as evidence, with the victims listed, in a mock trial/execution towards the end of the film. It is implied that a woman is assaulted to get her husband to talk and that another woman did 'everything' to get her husband released by his captors.


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