Two-time Academy Award® victor Ang Lee conveys his uncommon vision to Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, in view of the broadly acclaimed, top of the line novel. The film is told from the perspective of 19-year-old private Billy Lynn (newcomer Joe Alwyn) who, alongside his kindred fighters in Bravo Squad, turns into a saint after a frightening Iraq fight and is brought home incidentally for a triumph visit. Through flashbacks, coming full circle at the fantastic halftime show of the Thanksgiving Day football game, the film uncovers what truly happened to the squad - differentiating the substances of the war with America's recognitions. The film likewise stars Kristen Stewart, Chris Tucker, Garrett Hedlund, with Vin Diesel, and Steve Martin. Lee utilized new innovation, shooting at a ultra-high casing rate without precedent for film history, to make an immersive advanced affair helping him sensationalize war in a way never observed. Lee coordinated and delivered the film, from a screenplay by Jean-Christophe ...
|nudity||A scene where a woman is seen passionately straddling a man in bed with some sexual movements shown.|
|violence||Some war violence. One man is shot in the abdomen and bleeds out; another man is blown apart by a .50 Cal, and another is stabbed through the neck or upper chest and bleeds out. These scenes are particularly graphic and emotional and can be disturbing, especially for sufferers of PTSD. The Bravo Squad gets into a few brawls with some security guards throughout the film. A soldier choke-holds another man for mouthing off during the game.|
|profanity||The film contains occasional uses of the stronger expletive "motherf**ker", frequent uses of the expletive "f**k", as well as the use of other mild bad language, such as the terms "asshole" and "goddamn".|
|alcohol||There is a scene in which a few characters are portrayed casually sharing and smoking what has been implied to be a marijuana joint. Some casual drinking.|