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Violence & Gore

Before and during the performance of "Sunday Bloody Sunday," Bono references people being killed by bomb violence in Northern Ireland.


Two uses of the word "fuck". Two uses of the word "shit" (one being "bullshit").

Adam is seen with a cigarette in his hand in several scenes and is smoking one when the band plays in San Francisco.

Some songs are intense may affect small children with mature themes such as Exit ("the pistol weighed heavy..."), Bullet the Blue Sky ("...and I can see those fighter planes, across the mud huts where the children sleep..."), etc.

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