The Purple Rose of Cairo
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There are a few conversation that might cause young children to ask questions. Nothing really explicit just casual remarks. There is one very mild sexual scene involving a woman who tries to entice a man to have sex with her she leads him to her bedroom and begins to undress but he refuses and walks out. The scene ends. That is all in the way of sexual content. No nudity is displayed in this film.

There are a few scenes in a brothel in which a group of hookers try to entice a man to sleep with them. He is incredibly innocent to their advances and, once they explain their intentions, he turns them down.

A fist fight between Monk and Tom Baxter takes place in a church. Towards the end of the fight, Monk uses a groin kick to overcome his rival. No blood or gore in this scene.

On a few occasions along the film, Monk and Cecilia, his wife, are discussing the fact that he beats her. However, no such activity is shown.

Just everyday swear words are used. Nothing extreme or graphic.

It is apparent that Monk is an alcoholic.

The fight named in Violence & Gore isn't tense it's quite comical.



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