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Area 88: The Blue Skies of Betrayal (1985) (V) More at IMDbPro »Area 88 (original title)

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Almost a sex scene (possible female nudity), but this is ended abruptly by Japanese police.

Frequent aerial combat involving shooting and explosions, sometimes resulting in a surprisingly large amount of blood spatter. One character shoots an enemy pilot who has parachuted out of his aircraft (the shooter is later killed in the same manner). A character has his eyes shot out. Some gang combat in Paris.

Hell, damn, fuck, and other curse words used to various degrees throughout.

Frequent smoking and drinking.

Many intense combat scenes. One low-level raid results in most of a strike package of fighters crashing into a large barrier and tearing themselves apart, while another is flown through a canyon at high speed, resulting in many crashes and even rockslides. A character has his eyes shot out during a dogfight. Two planes shoot terrorist bombs off a jumbo jet.

Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Canada:PG (Manitoba) (video rating) / Canada:G (Quebec) (VHS/DVD rating) / USA:Not Rated

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