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Lena and Daniel, a young couple become entangled in the Chilean military coup of 1973. Daniel is abducted by Pinochet's secret police and Lena tracks him to a sealed off area in the South of the country, called Colonia Dignidad. The Colonia presents itself as a charitable mission run by lay preacher Paul Schäfer but, in fact, is a place nobody ever escaped from. Lena decides to join the cult in order to find Daniel. Based on true events.

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Colonia (2015)

a Majestic Filmproduktion, Iris Productions and Rat Pack Filmproduktion Production in Germany, Luxembourg and France

STARS Emma Watson Daniel Brühl Michael Nyqvist Richenda Carey Vicky Krieps Jeanne Werner Julian Ovenden August Zirner Martin Wuttke Nicolás Barsoff Steve Karier Stefan Merki Lucila Gandolfo Johannes Allmayer Gilles Soeder

Drama | Romance | Thriller

Rated R

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Sexy, Sex and Nude Scenes

A man is shown wearing nothing but an apron from behind, revealing his buttocks. This scene is meant to be comedic

A female character wears a shirt that covers her lower area but not her legs, and at times you may be able to see her buttocks briefly

Emma is asked to remove her shirt to expose her bra.

Emma removes all her clothes to go skinny dipping. Her breasts are shown wrapped tightly. No nudity is shown.

Violent and Bloody Scenes

4/10

People get beat up and shot by soldiers at the beginning of the movie. Not graphic and typically from a distance so there's little or no blood

A woman gets slapped by a man before several other men come and beat her up. The woman's nose bleeds, but otherwise there is no blood and it is very brief

A man gets tortured at the beginning of the movie. His face is swollen and somewhat bloody. We only see him get electrocuted, however (in the ribs and head)

A woman gets slapped across the face a couple times and her nose starts bleeding. A group of men make an attempt to attack her, but are stopped

A woman gets shot and dies. Her body is shown afterwards with bullet wound in her torso and head. Not graphic

A woman gets punched and beaten off screen. However, we do see the movements that the man makes as he beats her. She is later seen with a red scar on her face

A woman hits another woman with a stick, knocking her out

A woman almost drowns

The colony manufactures guns and other war weapons. A man is shown shooting a gun into the air to test it. They mention testing poison gas on someone to make sure it works

Torture is a theme in the movie that is sometimes referred to

Scary and Disturbing Scenes

2/10

Some aspects of the movie may be distressing to some, and the movie is based off of true events which could make it worse

15/50. A mostly tame movie with some sexuality, some language, and some violent themes.

Review

Colonia was no simple thriller. This gripping movie stands perfectly as a deconstructing look at the sickening evils that really happen in our world. It stands as a great expose of the human mind and the sickening things that we as people are capable of. It is a testament to mankind's evil heart. Standing as an example of the ignorance and violence in religion and cult life. Not only was this film revealing (and therefore shocking) but it was also well written, and well casted, Emma Watson in particular standing out as she usually does. The films director is also a talented man who I hope to see more from in the future. A great example of independent film, Colonia was gripping and kept me interested all the way through. Would highly recommend.