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A man looks at an adult magazine and for a few seconds one page is visible; a woman in various poses with her breasts exposed.

A woman is shown in a slip.

A woman undresses and takes a bath, but is only shown above the shoulders.

A family is murdered. All of the violence takes place completely off-screen, but their dead bodies become the focal point of various scenes. A couple of the bodies have blood on the face. One body lies in a bathtub full of blood and water. Shirtfronts are soaked in bright red blood, the bodies lie in pools of blood, but wounds are indiscernible.

A woman steps on glass, and pulls a bloody shard from her bare foot.

The heroine takes a few traumatic falls, one of which knocks her unconscious for a time.

A character is slapped hard across the face.

A very brief fight scene with punching and kicking.

One exclamation of "damn," one use of a derogatory term for gypsies, and one insulting hand gesture.

Various bottles (port, whiskey, etc) are shown on a liquor cabinet as a family share a casual drink in the evening. A couple drink a champagne toast. One scene takes place in a bar and the camerawork emphasizes the various glasses of alcohol in the patrons' hands.

A man lights a cigarette.

Suspense and frightening moments come from the audience being able to see the dead bodies and the killer, while the blind heroine is still unaware of the danger.

The heroine is chased by the killer, who attempts to murder her. The killer holds her underwater, and she thrashes around in a panic as she chokes on the water.

Australia:M / Finland:K-16 / Iceland:16 / Netherlands:16 / Norway:15 / Norway:16 (1972) / Singapore:PG / Sweden:15 / UK:X (original rating) / UK:15 (video) / USA:PG / USA:GP (original rating) / West Germany:18 (nf) (cut version: 16)

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