Football; ancient man; displaced people; colonialism; wealth and greed
- Slapstick violence for comedic effect, such as people falling and bumping their heads, running into each other, whacking each other with objects.
- Bronze-age soldiers enter the stone-age settlement and shoot at the people with bows and arrows whilst riding armoured mammoths.
- The stone-age people attempt to hunt a rabbit, capturing it and tying it up ready to be eaten.
- Scenes of tribes fighting each other with clubs and punching each other.
- One of the stone-age women makes comments about liking the football players’ short shorts.
- One of the star football players winks suggestively as he says that he likes to ‘tackle’.
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
Nothing of concern
Nudity and sexual activity
- One of the football players runs onto the field with no clothes on and stands there with an object strategically placed to hide his private parts. The crowd laughs.
- There is a cave drawing of a team of footballers with their pants pulled down to ‘moon’ the other team, showing their bottoms.
None of concern in the film but tie-in merchandise is likely
- Crap, moon (show your bottom), bum, old-bird.
- There are also some questionable terms used for the stone-age tribe that are offensive and used as insults by the colonisers, such as ‘savages’ and ‘primitives’.
Ideas to discuss with your children
- Bravery, team work, caring about other people in your community and fighting for what you believe in
- Colonialism, displacement of people, wealth and corruption, cultural stereotypes.