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Farewell My Concubine (1993) More at IMDbPro »Ba wang bie ji (original title)

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Characters talk about sex. (not in graphic detail)

One mild sex scene: two characters undress. Although no nudity is revealed, it is obvious they are naked. They lay down on a bed and begin to kiss but are interrupted before proceeding further. The scene then ends.

A main character is a concubine.

Implied sexual abuse of a young boy playing a concubine by an older male.

A man strikes Shitou in the forehead causing blood to drip,another man strikes and breaks a teapot on a mans head and during a rescue operation some dogs bark in the distance

An infrequent use of the F-word by various characters'.

The character Cheng Dieyi [Douzi] smokes opium in a few scenes.

There is nothing scary or intense in this movie. However, this is a very emotional movie.


MPAA:
Rated R for language and strong depiction of thematic material

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