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MPAA Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, suggestive material, drug content and language

Sex & Nudity

  • There is no nudity or outright sex, but there are two scenes of men kissing, and there are scenes of parties with suggestive content.
  • A couple is seen on a couch together, implied to be nude while covered with blankets.
  • During the Another One Bites The Dust montage, Freddie is led through what appears to be a gay club, in which men are seen in tight leather, acting suggestive. No explicit sex or nudity, this lasts for about 40 seconds.
  • The main character describes his girlfriend as an "epic shag".
  • A man, leads another group of men dressed in leather into another man's house, it's implied they are planing on having an orgy; however, nothing happens, as the main character walks out on them moments later.
  • Being that this movie is about Freddie Mercury and the band, bisexuality plays a massive role in this movie. This most likely explains why countries like Malaysia and Russia gave this movie a much harsher rating than countries like Canada (Quebec gave Bohemian a 'G' meaning anyone can watch it), the UK and the US.

Violence & Gore

  • When the band makes fun of Roger Taylor, he abruptly throws dishes and slams the table, this is only heard, he then threatens to hit Brian May with the coffee pot, in which John Deacon stops him.
  • Freddie coughs out a little blood onto a napkin. This is one of, if not the only, times we see blood in the movie.
  • The band members occasionally argue and get into minor fights, yet nothing brutal occurs.


  • 1 use of the F word, some other profanity used one or 2 times like prick, twat, damn, shit and bloody.
  • The racial slur "Paki" is used at least twice in dialogue.
  • "Fag" is used once.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Alcohol is very common in various scenes
  • There is a scene where traces of cocaine can be seen on a table with bottles of alcohol
  • Freddie is seen smoking countless times throughout the film, along with others.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Two scenes show extremely sick men visibly dying of AIDS.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • When Freddie tells the band that he is HIV positive, it is quite an emotional scene, as we see how it affects the band, as they cry and embrace him.
  • The scene where Freddie comes out as bisexual to his girlfriend, is quite emotional, especially since she holds no hard feeling's towards him, as she knows "it's not his fault". Both begin to cry.
  • It should supposed to be PG-13 For sexual references,language,drug content and thematic elements

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