Invasion of the Body Snatchers
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A clone appears nude twice. Her breasts are exposed.

A man emerges from a mud bath. His mud-covered buttocks are briefly visible.

Donald Sutherland's alien clone gets his head bashed in with a shovel. This scene would be considered graphic.

You see a man running from a lot of people. Later, you see his corpse lying on the street.

A cloned man's nose bleeds.

A man is stabbed in the back of the neck with throwing darts.

A woman dies and her body is shown shriveling and falling apart.

Early in the film, Donald Sutherland's character utters the phrase, "son of a bitch".

Donald Sutherland and Brooke Adams' characters both take 5 pills of Speed to stay awake.

A man's head is morphed onto a dog's body to surreal effect.

The ending sequence is intended to be extremely jarring.

BBFC - (15): infrequent gory violence, moderate horror.

Australia:M / Canada:14+ (Ontario) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Finland:K-16 (2000) (uncut) (DVD) / Finland:K-16 (1987) (cut) (video) / Finland:K-18 (1979) (uncut) / France:12 / Iceland:12 / Netherlands:16 (orginal rating) / Norway:15 / Singapore:NC-16 / South Korea:15 / Sweden:15 / UK:X (original theatrical rating) / UK:15 (video) / USA:PG (certificate #25153) / West Germany:16

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