Great Barrier Reef, 2020. After a dangerous dive to save his wife Laura trapped while exploring an colonial British merchant ship wreckage, Jay Fennel, a rugged and attractive marine archeologist lies brain dead in a Boston hospital. Fennel's dream-like coma takes us back in time to Pune, India in 1778. The British East India Company is invading the palaces and a young captain named James Stewart, who bears a striking resemblance to Fennel, is about to embark on a dangerous mission. Along the way he encounters murder, deceit, betrayal and revenge. He falls deeply in love with an Indian She-warrior named Tulaja, an impossible love which he must fight for. Only the power of a ring can transcend time and save a life .
|violence||There are several battle scenes depicted in the film featuring sword and gun-fighting, with some slashing and shooting visible. Some of the stronger scenes include one in which a man is slashed briefly in the throat before another man is surrounded and stabbed by guards with spears; a scene featuring a close shot of a woman being stabbed in the stomach; a scene of a man wrestling another man in a stream before stabbing the latter repeatedly; etc. The impact of the violent acts is visible in most of the above-mentioned scenes, but only briefly and is accompanied by the sight of blood in some instances.|
|profanity||The film also contains the use of coarse language such as the swear word 'f**k' which is uttered by some of the characters mostly out of frustration.|
|frightening||Set across two time periods and continents, 'The Lovers' is an action-romance drama about a marine archaeologist who lies brain dead in a hospital after a dangerous dive to save his wife. His dream-like coma takes him back to India in the past where a young captain who bears a striking resemblance to him falls in love with a female Indian warrior. Their fate is intertwined by the power of a magical ring, which may potentially save the marine archaeologist's life.|