No way out. No way up. No chance in hell.
Two sisters on Mexican vacation are trapped in a shark observation cage at the bottom of the ocean, with oxygen running low and great whites circling nearby, they have less than an hour of air left to figure out how to get to the surface.
|violence||Moderate portrayals of violence with some details, are shown, but are justified by context. Said portrayals of violence also include some infliction of pain and injury but are never detailed, intense or prolonged. The film contains some scenes where the characters are attacked by a shark. These are mainly depicted by the shark rushing towards the victim and the water turning red. One of the stronger scenes show the protagonist being bitten in her leg by the shark and dragged through the water for a short moment before she manages to free herself. This is followed by a brief top down shot showing some bleeding bite marks on her leg. As the action is portrayed through quick cuts and does not dwell on the pain and injuries of the victim, the film can be suited for a teen audience.|
|profanity||The film contains an utterance of the expletive "f**k".|
|frightening||'47 Meters Down' revolves around two sisters, Kate and Lisa, who go on a shark dive. A mishap causes their shark cage to fall to the sea floor, trapping them in the depths with a ravenous shark. Official BBFC Rating: 15 (sustained threat, infrequent strong injury detail)|