|  Book Tickets: 01/01/1916
  |  Buy to Own: 25/10/1993
  |  Watch Now: 13/10/2010
  |  163 min
Rated PG by the BBFC
Intolerance Film Poster


D. W. Griffith's epic investigation of intolerance across the ages. Set in four distinct historical periods - ancient Babylon, Judea at the time of Christ, France during the build up to the St Bartholomew's Day massacre, and early 20th century America - its huge cast and elaborate sets made it one of the most expensive and ambitious films of its time. Highlights include the scenes of the Babylonian festival and Constance Talmadge's madcap luminous performance as the Mountain Girl.

Contains mild violence and sex references
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