A brief moment – an evil captain throws a girl toward his crew to make her his prisoner. He menacingly says that she should show them the same hospitality that he did before. Then the crew members start touching and groping her menacingly – some tug at her clothes. This is stopped soon though


William and Elizabeth share a kiss.
There are some sexual references.


Elizabeth wears a white dress that gets wet. Her nipples and the outline of her breasts can be seen vaguely.


Dresses reveal cleavage.
Some prostitutes are seen with low tops. Nothing explicit, remember this is a Disney movie.


During a sword fight with Will, Jack suggests that Will found a love interest and is “unable to woo said strumpet” and then asks him if he is a eunuch. “Strumpet” is a dated term for a female prostitute and “eunuch” refers to a castrated man.


Two men tell a girl she will be forced to dine naked with the crew, if she refuses to wear the dress that Barbossa instructed her to wear for dinner.


Elizabeth is told to take her dress off (although she is wearing a tight dress underneath so she is not naked). The man makes a remark about the dress still being “warm”.
Seduction is implied on a desert island scene when Elizabeth pretends to be drunk and seductive in order to get Jack to drink more.
Two women slap Captain Jack Sparrow about him with “another woman.”


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Pirates of the Caribbean: the choice of love and freedom

The film review may have spoilers

Pirates have always symbolized freedom. Well, in fact, on reflection, his real meaning is not killing and robbery, but free navigation, full of amazing adventures and, of course, attractive treasures.

Captain Jack deserves to be the leading actor in the film. His portrayal is far higher than that of will. Jack’s appearance has established the style of the whole film – type man… Let’s start this article around the number one type man in the Caribbean.

Jack is a thoroughly liberal, in sharp contrast to will’s supremacy of love. The biggest contradiction of the film lies in the conflict between love and freedom, which runs through the whole film and is reflected in every corner. At the beginning of the film, the love between will and Elizabeth has been entangled with us. The love history without any suspense has been made so tortuous. Did Elizabeth change her heart in love with Jack? I don’t think so. It’s not too much to say that the director of the film is a feminist, but obviously she is not a complete female liberator. In Elizabeth’s heart, Jack is only a symbol of freedom. She yearns for the free life of pirates. Although she has no pirate blood in her body, she is more eager to be a pirate than will. At the end of the third part, when Elizabeth led the pirate army against the British army, it was the highest point of her emotion, a posture of the king of pirates.

Let’s go back to Jack. Does Jack like Elizabeth? A man who doesn’t want to be bound by love, of course, won’t Miss Elizabeth. That’s why so many women slap him. In real life, love and freedom should be able to have both, but the film completely opposes the two. Elizabeth’s compass points to Jack. In fact, her pursuit of freedom is higher than her desire for love. This is also the time when her relationship with will is in crisis. At the end of the film, will and Elizabeth get the long-awaited love, But he lost his freedom and bought eternal love at the cost of seeing him once in ten years, which is the theme of the film. Think, will needs to pay for his love to give his father freedom. On the other hand, the general who likes Elizabeth, when he really chooses love, is also the end of his life. Such contradictions are everywhere in the film.

Jack’s freedom, his boat, his treasure map and his Bohemian personality are the expression of his freedom. The reason for the twists and turns of the film is not because of Jack or will, but because of Elizabeth’s inner contradiction, that is, the contradiction between her choice of love and freedom. But the ending of the film is not suitable for Elizabeth to be with Jack, because it needs to sacrifice Jack’s freedom. If pirates don’t have freedom, they will become big octopus full of tentacles

Back to Jack, back to Jack… And then end this article

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