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Parents Guide for
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There is some innuendo

Two characters prepare to have sex, but the man passes out

A woman tears off her dress in a restaurant, revealing her underwear

Two men enter a gay bar to threaten someone, and we see a cross-dressing dancer and several men in a dressing room who are all gay.

A guard is shot with a sniper rifle.

Several men are shot from close range, resulting in bloody entrance and exit wounds.

A man is shot in the head execution style.

A group of men are shot at by a bus full of rival gang members.

A man is attacked in an alley, but the fight is broken up by the police.

Guns are fired during a car chase.

A small bomb explodes, but doesn't kill anyone.

Three men turn on each other and a police officer is injured in the shooting.

There is a large shootout involving vehicles and heavy machinery, and several men are shot and killed, resulting in bloody wounds and mild blood spray.

There is a shootout in a bar where at least a dozen men are killed.

A man attempts to commit suicide, but the gun is empty.

Infrequent but pretty strong.

A woman is seen drinking whilst listening to music

A man and a woman share several bottles of wine and appear quite drunk

The plot revolves around the sale of a cocaine like drug called "Smack"

Drugs are shown being packaged

None of the characters are actually seen taking drugs but there is lots of smoking on screen

There are references in conversation to "Smack".

Australia:M / Australia:R18+ (theatrical release) (1986) / Brazil:14 (DVD rating) / Finland:K-16 (1998) / Finland:K-18 (1987) / France:12 / Iceland:16 / Malaysia:U / Netherlands:16 / Netherlands:12 (TV rating) / New Zealand:R / Norway:15 (TV rating) / Norway:16 (cut theatrical version) / Norway:18 (video rating) / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:M18 / South Korea:18 / Sweden:15 / UK:18 / USA:R / West Germany:16 (nf)

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