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Le samouraï
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Parents Guide for
Le Samouraï (1967) More at IMDbPro »Le samouraï (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

A woman awakens from a bed topless, but she puts clothes on immediately and no nudity is shown. There is no sex. Woman is threatened about having the "vice squad" arrest her; implying she is a prostitute/easy. They ask her boyfriend vague questions about other men sleeping with her.

Violence & Gore

Character is shot in arm, with minimal blood. He dresses and re-dresses the wound throughout the film.

A total of three characters are shot throughout the course of the film, although there are some scenes in which people are threatened with guns.


There is some mild profanity.

Some people drink and smoke in scenes in the film. The main character smokes cigarettes throughout the majority of the film. Some people are drinking in a nightclub.

Nothing frightening or too intense. Some of the scenes may be violent for very young viewers but the violence is fairly tame compared to todays standards.

Suggested MPAA Rating: PG for some startling scenes of violence

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