Beloved

Beloved
Beloved

Film Details

Year

1998

Duration

165 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

This adaptation of Toni Morrison's novel is a disturbing drama that uses elements of gothic-horror to explore America's legacy of slavery. Beloved is a mysterious young woman who enters the life of former slave Sethe. Initially Sethe welcomes Beloved but, as the stranger starts to reveal an increasingly malevolent side, it becomes apparent that she may be someone or something from Sethe's past.

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15 Classification

Passed '15' for brief strong moments of horror, violence and nudity.

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