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Women are shown in leotards at the arm-wrestling competition. Some mild cleavage is shown.

Mild. Some punches are thrown, there are a couple of car chases/crashes, a truck drives through a gate, smashes some statues and crashes into a house. Some of the competitors display aggressive behavior but are not overtly violent. Some punches someone through a window.

Approximately 20 curse words including 6 s-words and the b-word.

No obvious alcohol or smoking. One character is asked "Are you still selling drugs?" but no background information or further details are given other than to say where the information came from.

Some of the large competitors could be seen as frightening and intense, their behaviour is a little aggressive, but would not be likely to disturb children.

One character dies and this could possibly upset some but it is a peaceful death with no gore or unnecessary attention.

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