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A woman is violently raped. But there is no nudity.

Two robbers attack and rob a woman, when a man comes into the scene and yells at them.

A man attacks one of the robbers, but gets shot by the another robber. The gunshot is only heard, but the bloody man can be seen reaching the door to a family before dying.

A man talks about some young people who poured gasoline on a woman and set her on fire.

A woman is brutally attacked and raped while a young boy watches.

A man is violently beaten down, but survives.

A gunshot is heard, but it is revealed a man has shot and killed another man in self-defense.

Some arguements.

A gang of men try to force a man to fight, when another man attacks one of them and breaks his arm. The rest of the gang is chased away.

Several words such as "f**k", "hell", "Jesus" and "shit".

A few scenes involving people drinking stuff like beer and whiskey.

Narcotics are being talked about in many scenes.

The rape scene may be intense for some people.


Certification:
Australia:R18+ (video rating) / Finland:K-16 / Iceland:12 / Norway:15 / Norway:16 (original rating) / Portugal:M/16 / Sweden:15 / UK:18

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