Hanna is directed by Joe Wright and was made in 2011. But HANNA isn't exactly the family type movie. Unless your kids are atleast 15, because they'res lots of stuff in this film not suitable for children. Language isn't a 'big' issue, but it includes- one somewhat loud F word, four or five S words, Jesus's name is abused once, Gods name is misused multiple times. Now about the language, with most of the violence going on its actually pretty hard to realize that they cussed. Sex is quite an issue- Sophie and Hanna kiss in her bed laying next to eachother. A short kiss. But its mainly because Hanna is abnormal and doesn't know how friends act. So its not because shes a lesbian. But Sophie talked about her possibly being one. Sophies parents have loud camper shaking sex, and Sophie makes a remark 'they're like rabbits.' Sophie talks about being a lesbian (not often, just once.) Sophie go's out secretly on a date with a boy, she invites Hanna to come, Hanna's date doesn't go too well.. Violence- Man I can't say everything but I can say the most of it.
Almost all of Hanna's main characters are killers. While Hanna is trained, in a sense, simply to defend herself, her father believes that the best defense is a good offense. So she kills without mercy. Taken into custody by government agents, she offs two soldiers in the process. Another four meet their end at her hands when she escapes. An example: Hanna tightly hugs an unsuspecting agent before reaching for her head and snapping her neck. When she finally breaks into the wider world, she continues her rampage, snuffing someone out with a slice to the jugular, wounding someone else with an arrow to the gut.
Hanna engages several folks in nonlethal fistfights. Her training is bruising, visceral and chaotic. We see her kill and dress a caribou. And when dispatching wounded prey, she points a gun to their heads and pulls the trigger (the barrel pointed at the camera). Blood sometimes spatters Hanna's face and clothes.
Erik also kills several people, using knives, guns and, in one instance, a pipe (which he stabs through a man's chest). The bloodied corpse of one of his victims, a policeman, is fished out of the sea. He exchanges fire with Marissa.
Marissa favors the relative antiseptic dispatch of a handgun, using it frequently and without emotion. In flashback we see that she was the one who gunned down Hanna's mother, and she kills nearly everyone Hanna meets in her travels.
The hired hit man and his cronies seem to relish their jobs. The hit man ties up and apparently tortures a hotel manager (his face is bloodied and swollen) before stabbing the guy in the heart with a pen. He ties up a man upside-down and shoots him full of arrows. We don't explicitly see him do it, but we do see the hit man stretch back a bow with bloodied hands, and we later come face-to-face with a pincushioned corpse.
We see war footage on television.
So as you can see Hannas very violent. But the film itself is really good!