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Rated R for strong brutal violence and for language and nudity.

A man shoots and kills a naked woman in self defense after she kills his partner.

A woman climbs into a bath naked, a brief shot of her from the back and a shot of her breasts as the camera pans around.

2 scantily clad escort girls are seen on a bed (one with breasts exposed), entertaining a client.

A women is dancing around the pole, her breast and most of her buttocks briefly shown (she is wearing G-string).

A man is kicked in the stomach hard and knocked over, winded.

A man tackles a large knife from a bad guy's hand and uses it to chop another bad guy's hand off, he then throws another man down and dispatches a few more men with a pistol.

A topless woman shoots a cop in the chest, and is gunned down herself (bloody). A shot of her dead body is seen.

A unit of Jamaican gangsters open fire at a crowded bar with machine guns, graphically killing several targets before escaping.

A drive-by is performed on the house of a man's family, several gangsters spray the house with machine gun fire. This results in a young girl being hit and seriously wounded by a shot.

A man is shot in the head point blank with a pistol (little blood), another man jumps from a window 6 or 7 storeys up and lands on a car, killing him instantly.

A woman is tied to the ground and stabbed in a vodoo style execution, the actual murder is off screen.

Gangsters break into a house and tie a woman to a table after knocking her out, threatening to kill her and painting images on her chest (part of ritual).

A very brutal fight in a jewellry store which includes several throws, face punches, a stab to the chest, an arm break and a gangster being struck hard with the but of a shotgun.

3 men ambush the large mansion of a kingpin gangster; several henchman are shot with a sniper rifle (brief, quick kills) then there is a fight in which an arm break and a beheading are seen.

A man is impaled from the rear with a sword at a gang hideout, a fire fight follows in which several henchman are gunned down.

A man dispatches several more henchmen, with both his fists and the use of a hammer, a man has a needle jabbed through his throat.

A quick shot of a leg being broken.

2 men engage in a fight with samurai swords, one man is slashed down the face. One man has his head bashed against a wall several times, but counters the attack with an eye gouge (close-up is seen). The villain has his back broken and is thrown down a lift shaft, only to get impaled in a long rod at the bottom.

Some strong language. Fuck is said 8 times.

Villain's main business is drug dealing. Frequent drug references and some drug use.

The voodoo ritual scenes may be frightening to some.

Australia:R18+ / Australia:M (cut) / Canada:R / Canada:16+ (Quebec) / Denmark:15 / Finland:K-18 (uncut) (2010) (Blu-ray) / Finland:K-18 (cut) (2001) (DVD) / Finland:K-18 (cut) (1991) (theatrical release) / Finland:K-16 (heavily cut) (1991) (VHS) / France:Tous publics / Germany:18 (JK/SPIO) / Germany:18 (cut) (theatrical and VHS version) / Germany:18 (re-rating) (2017) (uncut) / Iceland:16 / Ireland:18 / Italy:VM14 / Malaysia:18PL / Netherlands:16 / Netherlands:12 (TV rating) / New Zealand:R16 / Norway:18 / Portugal:M/16 / Singapore:NC-16 / South Africa:18 / South Korea:18 / Sweden:15 / UK:18 (original rating) / UK:15 (re-rating) (2013) / USA:R

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