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Parents Guide for
Duck, You Sucker (1971) More at IMDbPro »Giù la testa (original title)

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A woman is quietly raped by a man. We see her face as she is (presumably) penetrated; the scene is not graphic, and cuts away before anything is really seen. (Note: There is some debate as to whether or not the woman enjoyed the rape.)

A group of rich men are stripped naked and they are pushed down a hill in a cart. Once they fall out the cart, the men can be seen fully nude.

There are frequent scenes of people being shot. The film has a high body count. Most of the violence is bloodless unless mentioned otherwise.

men steering a stagecoach are ambushed and shot. one man is shot in the forehead, leaving a bloody bullet hole in his head.

people are lined up and shot by firing squads.

at least 100 people are trapped in large pits and gunned down by the mexican army. there are no graphic wounds but the amount of death in the scene is shocking.

a man is stabbed and thrown off a train.

a man is shot in the eye

dozens of mexican army men are gunned down during a robbery. dozens more are machine gunned while crossing a bridge. the bridge is then blown up.

the main character finds all of his family and friends massacred in a cave. the scene is very long as the camera pans along the faces of dead men, women and children, some spattered with blood.

a general is shot multiple times in the chest. this scene has bloody bullet wounds.

2 men are shot in slow motion, showing blood spraying out of the bullet holes in slo-mo. a man is then shot in the head. blood trickles down his face in slo-mo.

a massive battle takes place after 2 trains collide. hundreds of men fire at eachother and shoot one another.

a man is shot in the back and then blows himself up with a stick of dynamite.

a man is riddled with machinegun fire. the bullets push his corpse across the ground. no blood or wounds shown.

there are other minor scenes of violence.

there are moments of crude language. a few fuck, some shit, some rude dialogue and insults. also some racial insults.

the main characters smoke and drink alchohol.

some of the violence like the firing squads and images of the dead (women and children) could be considered intense or disturbing.

Australia:M / Brazil:14 / Finland:K-16 / Germany:16 / Iceland:16 / Ireland:15 (cut) / Italy:T / Netherlands:12 / Norway:18 (1972) / Portugal:M/18 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:15 / Spain:18 / Sweden:15 / UK:AA (original rating) / UK:15 (video rating) (1988) / USA:PG (original rating) (certificate #23218) / USA:R (laserdisc rating) (1996) / West Germany:18 (nf) (original rating) / West Germany:16 (nf) (re-rating)

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