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From Beijing with Love (1994) More at IMDbPro »Gwok chaan Ling Ling Chat (original title)

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Some sexual references throughout.

A man who is shot but still alive turns on his TV to watch porn.

A man and a woman hastily embraces and kiss in a butcher stand.

A man attempts to escape with wuxia-like abilities but he is shot in the air and he explodes.

A chandelier falls on a woman's head after she shoots a gun in the air. She is later seen with a bandage her head.

A man gets his face shoved in glass.

A man's fingers gets sliced off.

A man gets stabbed in the head.

A man is shot and needs to get a bullet inside out. A woman takes it out for him as he winces in pain throughout in a comical manner. (However, the sight is very bloody and disturbing)

A man in a metal suit gets sliced several times and he collapses on the floor with blood spraying from his body after the suit breaks.

Fair use of Chinese profanity.

The main character is a heavy smoker and a heavy martini drinker.

Smoking and drinking is seen throughout.

Largely comedic throughout though the violence is very disturbing and bloody.

Germany:16 / Singapore:PG (cut) / Singapore:NC-16 (re-rating)

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