Based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, the film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team of code-breakers at Britain's top-secret Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II.
|nudity||- Contains moderate sex references. - A man tells a joke, suggesting oral sex, in which he refers to a woman putting something in her mouth while humming a piece of music. - A man says that he's being held in a police station before he's accused of "entreating a man to touch my penis". - There are comments about a man undergoing 'chemical castration' through hormone treatment.|
|violence||Contains mild violence and war footage - There are scenes of mild violence, including a man being punched and left with a bloody lip, and a man being slapped around the face. - Some archive footage of war containing images of ships and planes being blown up, and burning cities and rubble-strewn streets after bombings. - A school-aged boy is bullied and trapped in the space between the floorboards of a classroom. His classmates taunt him while nailing down the wooden planks that hold him prisoner. - A wounded solider is seen with a bloodied, amputated stump.|
|profanity||Contains mild language and discriminatory terms - Mild bad language, with uses of 'sod', 'bleeding', 'bloody', 'hell', 'bastards' and 'arse'. - There are uses of discriminatory language, including 'poofter' and 'kyke'. Such infrequent anti-Semitic and homophobic phrases reflect the historical setting and the film clearly does not condone or encourage such attitudes.|
|alcohol||Contains frequent scenes of smoking within a historical context and some alcohol consumption - Tobacco and alcohol use are depicted throughout. The constant smoking reflects the wartime era.|
|frightening||Contains scenes of emotional distress - The last scene of the movie involves the main character suffering from the effects of chemical castration, including discussions of the situation that some viewers may find disturbing and upsetting.|