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Absolutely nothing explicit.

Only a sentence implicitly referring to oral sex,but that is just for teasing the other side.

A man states that he is "sexually aroused."


A man is attacked and bound while sleeping, but very little is seen. This can be disturbing for those with weak stomachs as the music enhances the intensity.

A suicide by handgun is implied offscreen, the only part we see is the man puts a pistol to his mouth the scene ends here.

Some boot camp training is shown, rough but nothing intense.


12 uses of the f-word.

2 goddamns.

7 variations of Chr*st, Jes*s, Jes*s Chr*st and a few other profanities.

The term "fagg**y" is also used.

The language generally is very civilised, and even excellent in the sense of its grammar.

The film is R rated mainly for its language.


A man gets drunk.

People smoke.

There is a reference to marijuana.


The opening scene is rather intense.

A man commits suicide after getting in his full uniform and shooting himself, we see him put a Pistol in his mouth but the camera cuts away just before he fires, we do hear a gunshot, This may be disturbing to anyone who is sensitive or has lost someone through suicide.

Total Explicit Rating: 12/50

While it does have a low explicit rating, this movie is better for people 13+ that can actually understand the movie. If you watch this with a 10 year old, they won't understand anything and they won't be interested.

Rated R for language

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