In 1986, Saroo was a five-year-old tyke in India of a poor however upbeat country family. On an outing with his sibling, Saroo soon gets himself alone and caught in a moving decommissioned traveler prepare that removes him to Calcutta, 1500 miles from home. Presently completely lost in an outsider urban condition and excessively youthful, making it impossible to distinguish either himself or his home to the experts, Saroo battles to get by as a road youngster until he is sent to a halfway house. Before long, Saroo is chosen to be embraced by the Brierley family in Tasmania, where he experiences childhood in a cherishing, prosperous home. Nonetheless, for all his material favorable luck, Saroo gets himself tormented by his recollections of his lost family in his adulthood and tries to scan for them even as his blame drives him to conceal this mission from his new parents and his better half. Just when he has an epiphany does he understand the appropriate responses he needs, as well as the enduring affection that he has dependably had with all his friends and family in both universes.
|nudity||Only mild displays of affection (e.g. kissing and caressing) and mild sexual innuendos are featured. The film contains some scenes where the protagonist is depicted being intimate with his girlfriend as they kiss each other and lie in their bed together after implied love-making. Nudity is not shown in any of these scenes.|
|violence||In one scene a boy is dragged out of a room and it is implicated that he will be beaten for his behaviour.|
|alcohol||A couple of friends are drinking beers. It is said that a character is taking drugs but never shown. A character says he's going for a smoke but it is not shown. In one scene a character is smoking a cigarette.|
|frightening||Based on the memoir 'A Long Way Home', 'Lion' revolves around a man who lost his family when he was a boy and his attempts to locate them 25 years later, in a bid to reunite with them. The themes portrayed in the film should be suited for children below 13 years. The themes generally have a low sense of threat or menace, and are justified by context. The film contains some depictions of children finding themselves in threatening situations as a result of the actions of some adults. One of the scenes depicts a group of homeless children being abducted by some men while another scene depicts the protagonist as a boy, as he is being physically assessed by a man for an implied ominous purpose which is not specified. As the depictions are brief, without any details of violence and the film does not delve into the issues of violence against children, they can be suited for a younger audience. Parental guidance is advised. Official ACB Rating: PG (Mild themes)|
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