Jaws

Jaws
Jaws

Year

1975

Duration

124 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Horror, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Set in the quiet American seaside resort of Amity, Jaws had an instant effect on moviegoers when it was first released in 1975 - it stopped them ever wanting to go swimming again! And who could have blamed them? With its tale of an enormous great white shark causing terror to locals and tourists, this is still one of the most thrilling (and terrifying) movies ever made. But will police chief Brody, marine scientist Hooper and the gruff fisherman Quint be able to save Amity from its unwelcome new resident?

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12 Classification

Contains moderate threat, a few uses of bad language and occasional gory moments.

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