I thought vegans might enjoy having a vegan's take on the elements of a movie that might be triggering or offensive to the compassionate people going to see a movie. There are guides for parents and such, but no site really warns us about things that we might find offensive in movies.
Summary of the basic plot (no spoilers)
'All the Money in the World' tells the story of the kidnapped grandson of John Paul Getty. Getty made himself the richest man in the world by controlling the oil coming out of the Middle East. This movie tells the story of how a group of men attempt to kidnap and ransom his grandson to him for $14 million. But, Getty treats this like any other economic negotiation while the mother of the boy struggles to get the billionaire to take the danger to her son's life seriously.
Elements in the movie that are possibly disturbing to a vegan:
1. A fire roasted rabbit
There is a scene where what appears to be the charred body of a rabbit is being cooked as one of the characters says something about rabbit stew.
2. A scene in a butcher shop
In one scene, a man is clearly cutting up steak portions in a 1970s butcher shop in Italy. There are no recognizable bodies, but it is clearly meant to be parts of a cow being sliced up.
3. Many food based scenes where people are eating meat.
Several times there are scenes where people are clearly eating the remains of animals. And in one scene the grandson of Getty is being told to eat a very large steak. These scenes are what one would typically see if walking through a restaurant with carnivores.
These were the most difficult elements in the movie as a vegan. If you can handle this, the movie is an intense dramatic thriller that keeps you on the edge in regards to what is going to happen to the kidnapped grandson.