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The Indian Runner
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Parents Guide for
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Male frontal nudity is shown.

A scene of child birth in which a woman's vaginal area is seen.

A man is shot and killed at the beginning of the film.

A man shoots himself. A lot of blood is shown afterwards when the body is discovered.

In the aftermath of two men's physical altercation, some blood is shown.

A man intentionally cuts himself on the hand with glass with bloody results.

A very graphic scene of child birth.

A man savagely assaults another man. Some cast-off blood spatter can be seen.

Numerous uses of fuck. Somewhat frequent use of other profanity: shit, damn, hell, etc.

Several scenes where alcohol is consumed.

There are three scenes where marijuana is smoked: two people at a party, a woman by herself, and two women.

A scene where a man delivers a bag of marijuana to a woman.

Numerous scenes of cigarette smoking.

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MPAA:
Rated R for violence, language, and some drug use

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