The Company of Wolves
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Sex & Nudity

A pair of newlyweds appear to be planning on consummating their relationship; the man is implied to be nude; we see his torso and legs, but not his groin (at any angle).

Another man is seen without his shirt, and attempts to lure an underage girl into having sex with him.

A boy dares a girl to kiss him, and she does.

Two man are implied to have impregnated women out of wedlock; one is a priest, though it is never confirmed that he had indeed fathered illegitimate children.

A nude woman appears in one sequence, but is in shadow for the entire time; we see the outline of her breasts, as well as the occasional appearance of her buttocks, and an extremely brief shot that exposes her genital area; pubic hair is visible.

The entire film can be easily interpreted as a metaphor for the awakening of a woman's sexuality.

Violence & Gore

Two very bloody werewolf transformation scenes. In one, a man claws off his own skin down to the musculature. His body then transforms into that of a wolf.

A werewolf is beheaded in wolf form; its head becomes human and lands in a bucket of milk, which quickly turns pink from the blood.

A man smacks his wife across the face when she makes a comment about the remains of her ex-husband.

A girl shoots an attacking werewolf with a rifle.

A woman is decapitated in a very stylized manner that shows no blood or gore.

A girl is chased by wolves and is killed by them (off-screen).


Miscellaneous minor swearing, including one use of "piss."

The word "bitches" is used in proper context (referring to a female dog).

Large spiders fall onto a girl's Bible in church. She is clearly disturbed by this, but quickly brushes them off.

Several scenes of predatory animals chasing humans, both armed and defenseless.

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