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2 parts of passionate kissing. A short scene of sensuality and intimacy. A woman removes her clothing and reveals her breasts for a long period. She then proceeds to passionately kiss his dead body.

A man's face gets ripped off while he's screaming. Scenes of blood splatter and mutilated bodies. A man has a parasite attatched to his neck. It is slimy, slightly disturbing, and causes the man to bleed out of his head. As one man enters a room, the creature is seen eating the body of a woman. It then bites off her head, which roles to the floor.

The "F-word" is used at least twice. S**t is also used numerous times.

A woman apparently dead suddenly startles at the people investigating her "dead" body. Blood pours from her mouth and she is groaning with malicial intent. She begins to grab at the others, trying to kill them. As the man with no face (see Violence & Gore) attacks another, he looks up to see the military commander holding a weapon. The commander proceeds to blow off No-Face's head in a flashy show of blood, tissue, and brain matter.

Australia:R18+ / France:12 / Norway:18 (video premiere) (1986) / Norway:(Banned) (1985-2003) (cinema release) / UK:18 / USA:R / West Germany:18 (cut)

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