Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
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A girl is raped by her father.

Several strong sexual scenes.

A scene set in a sex club has frequent partial-frontal female nudity.

Sex scenes are infrequent but often involve minors having sex with older men.


Several people are beaten.

A man is shot in the head. The results are gory but brief.

A girl is hit over the head with a metal pole several times.

A girl is hit across the head with a flashlight.

A girl is stabbed to death, mostly off screen, but we see blood come out of her mouth.

Two agents inspect underneath a dead body's fingernail by ripping it off. (Graphic!)


Profanity is strong, but infrequent.


Laura Palmer uses cocaine many times. Shown (graphic).

One of the themes of this film is drugs, particularly cocaine.

Teenagers are shown under the influence of drugs and alcohol, still drinking. One of them kills a man under the influence of the drug. Drugs are portrayed in a negative way.


A steel rod suddenly busts a television.

A girl finds that there is a man hiding in her bedroom.

A girl's face suddenly turns ghastly.

A man comes in through a girl's window and rapes her.

A girl is murdered to flashing lights and very loud music, making the scene very intense.

A girl is in her bed and looks next to her, and there is a bloody dead girl who is talking to her. This scene is a dream scene, but still very creepy.

There are a few creepy and suspenseful scenes with 'supernatural' elements. The theme of 'demonic possession' may be particularly scary for some.

Rated R for strong violence, sex, and drug content, and for language
Argentina:16 / Australia:R18+ (original rating) / Australia:MA15+ (re-rating) (2014) / Brazil:18 (2014) / Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) (original rating) / Canada:16+ (Quebec) (original rating) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) (re-rating) (2015) / Canada:18A (Alberta) (Manitoba) (re-rating) (2013) / Canada:14A (Ontario) (re-rating) (2013) / Canada:18A (Nova Scotia) (re-rating) (2009) / Czech Republic:15 / Denmark:15 / Finland:K-16 / France:12 / Germany:16 / Hungary:16 / Iceland:16 / Ireland:18 (2011) / Italy:VM14 / Netherlands:16 / New Zealand:R16 / Norway:18 / Portugal:M/18 / Russia:18+ / Singapore:M18 / Singapore:PG (cut) / South Africa:18 / South Korea:(Banned) (original rating) / South Korea:18 (re-rating) / Spain:18 / Sweden:15 / Switzerland:16 / UK:15 (re-rating) (2012) / UK:18 (original rating) (1992) / USA:R (No. 31718)

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