Getting Even with Dad
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A man and a woman and woman are seen kissing.

A woman in a night club is seen to be dancing suggestively.

A man teaches an 11 year old boy to chat up girls.

A man is seen putting a basket ball under his shirt to resemble breasts.

A man threatens to whip an 11 year old boy with his belt, you see him go to take off his belt but he is stopped by the boys father.

A man innocently opens a toilet cubical door where a young boy appears to be urinating ( nothing is seen) the boy shouts "daddy he's watching me pee" and the boys father punches the man in the face and he falls to the floor.

Two men threaten to grab hold of an 11 year old boy and make him talk, They follow him everywear but are unsuccessful.

A police woman who is undercover is seen putting a gun in her handbag but it is never used.

A man is seen pointing a gun at another man demanding that her gives him his bag, the victim says " come on you know you will never use that thing" and the man replies " you never take me seriously do you well I'm been serious now give me the bag" you see the mans gun had shake with fury

Under cover police are seen to grab a criminal roughly and push him up a wall.

An 11 year old boys father shouts at him aggressively, he is angry because he has to choose between his son or a life of crime.

A man falls into a wheelie bin when he emerges he is covered in stale food slops, he also picks up a dead rat and throws it at another man.

A mother of a young boy commands her dog to "kill" the dog barks and snarls aggressively at 2 men who are been a nuisance to this woman and the 2 men run away.

A man is seen to be vomiting after a fairground ride, you briefly see the vomit coming out of his mouth.

frequent uses of "Dam" "God-Dam" "Bloody" "Bloody-Hell"

Infrequent uses of "Asshole" "Shit" "Son of a Bitch"

One use of "Fuckin Hell"

One use of "Piss-Off"

A few insults and name calling "Twat" "Idiot" "Numpty" "Muppet" "Wino"

The word " Nig-Nog" is used to describe a black woman

Adults are seen frequently smoking cigarettes and cigars around children. One child complains about an adult smoking around him but the adult refuses to put it out stating he doesn't care if it poisons him.

An 11 year old boy is seen picking up an un-lit cigar and pretending to smoke it.

Adults are seen smoking and drinking alcohol in a night club.

A man is seen slumped in an ally way drinking a bottle of what appears to be alcohol.

There are a few scenes where guns are used as in a threatening manor but no shots are fired.

At the end of the movie the farther of an 11 year old boy is forced to chose between his son and a life of crime. He initially chooses the life of crime and attempts to send his son home to his aunties, you see his son crying and his father is in turmoil inside. He eventually changes his mind and runs up to his son and hugs him you see them both crying.

Rated PG for mild language

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