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Early in the film there is a scene where a background television (clearly audible) shows a presenter discussing female orgasms with relation to penis size. The focal character quickly turns off the set however could lead to awkward questions from small children!

The three men, especially Jack and Peter, view casual sex lightly and this comes across in dialogue particularly in the opening fifteen minutes or so and occassionally afterwards.

Nothing significant. Some baby poop.

-'Jesus' and 'God' are said in vain a few times.

- Several uses of "shit".

- A few hells, damns

-4 Goddamns

Sub-plot involves a package of heroin and subsequently drug dealers

There's a scene where Peter comes home to find the apartment ransacked and trashed, and he frantically searches for Mary. This scene may be intense for younger viewers.

The scene where they say goodbye to Mary is very emotional.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:PG / Finland:S / Iceland:L / Peru:Apt / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:18 (VHS/DVD rating) / South Korea:12 (theatrical rating) / Sweden:7 / UK:PG / USA:PG (Certificate #28596) / West Germany:6

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