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DON'T GO

Type of media VoD

Approved Running time 88m 1s

Release date 03/06/2019

Ratings Info strong language, sex

Genre(s) Drama, Mystery

Director(s) David Gleeson

Cast includes Stephen Dorff, Melissa George, Simon Delaney, Aoibhinn McGinnity, Grace Farrell, Gavin O'Connor

Cut This work was passed uncut.

  • Suitable only for 15 years and over icon15

Ratings info

Ratings info publication date 24/05/2019

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

DON'T GO is an Irish drama in which a grief-stricken father becomes convinced that he can bring his dead young daughter back to life through a recurring dream.

Language

There is strong language ('f**k*), as well as milder bad language including uses of 'bitch', 'assholes', 'dickhead', 'crap', 'arse', 'bollix', 'hell' and 'Jesus Christ'.

Sex

A man moves on top of a woman and kisses her bare breasts.

There are references to self-harming and a scene showing the undetailed aftermath of a suicide by hanging. Another scene features brief bloody detail after an accident at sea. The film contains a bereavement theme and references to a child's death.

Details

Title
DON'T GO
Year
2019
Distributor(s)
Signature Entertainment
Classified date(s)
21/03/2019
Main language
English
Submitted run time
88m 1s
BBFC reference
ARR373334
Registration number
VFE41650
Remarks
Widescreen

Components List

This work is made up of a number of separate components. Note that since February 2001 the BBFC has measured each component separately, but older works may not have the exact details, only a list of titles

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Rating information

The version of this work detailed above is rated by the BBFC for use on Digital Video Platforms (incl. Video On Demand) that are licenced to carry BBFC ratings. It is not a classification under the Video Recordings Act 1984 for use on Packaged Media formats (including DVD, Blu-ray and VHS). Other versions of this work may have been rated by the BBFC under the Video Recordings Act

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