The Man in the Glass Booth
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All sexual acts occurred before the beginning of the film and are described, occasionally using a few vulgar terms. A rectal examination is conducted with the patient shown only from the waist up.

Guns are held on the subject of a kidnapping. A man stomps repeatedly on a stone sculpture causing him to bleed through his socks. A man intentionally burns his arm with candles. Still photographs from the holocaust are shown but they are mostly filmed a little out of focus.

All other violence occurred before the beginning of the film but is described in shocking detail.

Two uses of the S-word. Three exclamations referring to God or Jesus.

A man drinks whiskey to calm himself. Wine is served at a dinner.

Some of the testimony about the holocaust in the trial scene is truly horrifying. An explanation of why the Germans loved Hitler is quite intense.


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