The Last Of the Mohicans

The Last Of the Mohicans
The Last Of the Mohicans

Film Details

Year

1992

Duration

107 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Drama, Romance, War

Language

English

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Synopsis

The day-to-day running of 18th-century North America was a complicated business, with the still-powerful Native American tribes making alliances with the competing French and British colonial armies. In the middle of all this stands Hawkeye - a white man raised by the Mohicans. His struggle to stay alive is at the heart of this thrilling film, one that features great battles scenes and conveys a strong sense of what Native American life was like before it was finally destroyed by the European settlers.

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15 Classification

This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and contains bloody violence and intense battle scenes.

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