The Sound of Music ( 1965 )


In the years before the Second World War, a tomboyish postulant at an Austrian abbey is hired as a governess in the home of a widowed naval captain with seven children, and brings a new love of life and music into the home.

compassion 9/10

Main characters show deep care and empathy for each other and those in need.

love 9/10

The story showcases deep familial love and romantic love.

bravery 8/10

Characters display courage in the face of danger and adversity.

courage 8/10

Overcoming fears and standing up for what is right is a central theme.

loyalty 8/10

Characters demonstrate loyalty to their family and principles.

faith 7/10

Faith plays an important role for some characters and guides their actions.

perseverance 7/10

Characters show determination in overcoming various challenges.

teamwork 7/10

Working together as a family and group is essential to overcoming obstacles.

trust 7/10

Trust is a key element in relationships and in overcoming danger.

friendship 6/10

Strong bonds are formed between characters, highlighting the importance of friends.

obedience 6/10

Obedience is portrayed both as a virtue and sometimes as a complex issue within the story.

responsibility 6/10

Characters undertake significant responsibilities and handle them well.

fear 4/10

Some tense moments, particularly involving the political climate and danger from authorities.

violence 3/10

Some scenes include aggressive behavior from authoritarian figures and mild peril.

alcohol 2/10

Characters are seen drinking wine at dinner and occasionally at social gatherings.

intimacy 2/10

Mild romantic scenes including kissing.