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Does the dvd have French dubbing (the actual spoken words are in French)?

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Sony Pictures Florence Nightingale, DVD

The legendary story of "the lady with the lamp" comes to DVD! Jaclyn Smith, Timothy Dalton and Brian Cox star in this moving miniseries about the woman who became a leading advocate in improving medical care during Victorian times, leaving a legacy that survives even today. Approx. 140 minutes.

DVD Extras:
  • Fullscreen presentation
  • English Subtitles
  • Bonus Previews
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Does the movie, Florence Nightingale - use profanity, immodesty, etc. or is it portrayed in a Christian way?

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none except some kissing as she was proposed to by two different men...but she never married. Her dedication was to the call of God on her life
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I would say no profanity and was very appropriately done. The only part with any possible concern was scenes at the hospital of amputation, but did not emphasize much of the bloody part.
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Florence Nightingale was a nurse, and some wounded people are shown in this movie which include a burn on a womans arm, gunshot wounds to soldiers, and an amputation (the actual procedure is not shown).
There are some battle scenes, but they only show black powder explosives and people falling over--not very graphic at all.
There is one kiss exchanged in the movie, but it would not be considered overly scandalous in this day and age; however, it would have been quite inappropriate for their time.
There is no vulgarity, but there is an implication and (later in the movie) declaration that nurses during the age were behaving immorally with the male doctors.
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