Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios
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Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988) More at IMDbPro »Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios (original title)

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Suggested MPAA description: Rated 'R' for Language and Some Violence.

We see a man put a condom in a bouquet of flowers.

Brief sexual dialogue.

A woman's nipples are seen briefly in transparent lingerie.

A woman accidentally ignites her bed with matches and has to douse it with a garden hose.

A television advertisement for laundry detergent depicts a woman demonstrating how the product managed to get the blood stains (which we see) out of her serial-killer husband's sheets.

A woman rips her phone out the wall and throws it through her terrace window, shattering the glass.

A woman violently slaps another woman across the face, forcing her to fall into a chair.

A woman throws a vinyl record out of her open apartment window, and it hits another woman in the head. The same woman then rips her answering machine out of the wall and throws it out the same window. The machine lands on the hood of the other woman's car and shatters to pieces while she's driving away with another man. Neither of them are harmed.

A woman threatens others with a handgun; later, she shoots at them during a car chase sequence. The same woman is then about to shoot another man but is hit by a baggage cart, causing her to fall and shoot the gun into the air, causing mass panic.

Two uses of the "F" word and some other minor instances of profanity. There is also some brief sexually-related dialogue as well.

A character spikes a pitcher of gazpacho with tranquilizers, causing those who drink it to fall into a long period of sleep.

Alcohol is consumed a few times throughout the film. A character lights a cigarette in one scene and is seen smoking during another.

Any violence in this film is completely slapstick and played for laughs.

A woman tries to jump off a terrace but immediately changes her mind and gets pulled up off the ledge by three people.

Brief discussions about suicide and terrorism.

Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Brazil:Livre / Canada:14A / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Finland:S / Hong Kong:IIB / Iceland:L / Peru:14 / Portugal:M/12 (Qualidade) / Singapore:PG / Spain:13 / Sweden:7 / Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) / UK:12 (re-rating) (2005) / USA:R / West Germany:12

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