Amazon Women on the Moon
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A woman walks around completely nude for some time, her breasts and butt visible.

Later in the film, a woman on TV gets topless. She rubs her breasts and makes moaning sounds.

Two topless girls play with a balloon. Carrie Fisher is seen in a bra and panties.

A goofy guy gets fully nude but only his butt is seen.

One segment involves casual discussion of casual sexual encounters.

Very little. What violence there is primarily is slapstick and played for humor.

A man gets stabbed with a sword; no blood.

A man shoots a woman and then shoots himself in the head. Though the scene is primarily comical, it's still a bit intense.

2 or 3 uses of the f-word, several uses of the s-word or "bullshit", and a handful of other milder obscenities.

Some smoking and drinking.

A few minor gross-out scenes.

A sequence in which a couple are distressed because the hospital can't find their newborn baby.

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