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Sono otoko, kyôbô ni tsuki
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Parents Guide for
Violent Cop (1989) More at IMDbPro »Sono otoko, kyôbô ni tsuki (original title)

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Azuma's sister gets kidnapped and we later see the kidnappers raping her while she is high on heroin

A hobo gets brutally assaulted by a teenage gang, he dies, then the leader of the gang gets beaten over by the cop.

There is some bloody shootings.

A police gets beaten and then he gets his head smashed by a baseball bat.

And theres some more assault scenes, in one of these, Azuma places his revolver into the mouth of the bad guy trying to excecute him.

People smoke cigarettes

There is talk of drugs such as heroin throughout the film



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