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A father forces sex upon his daughter. We can hear it well, but nothing is shown.

Two gay men have sex. In some versions, the protagonist's buttocks are shown.

There are several scenes of two men kissing

People shown smoking. People and priests drink throughout the film, sometimes in a bar.

A girl has some sort of seizure in a classroom as a result of sexually abusive thoughts.

A man gloats and defends his crimes against his daughter, which include sexual abuse and incest. Very disturbing.


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Rated R for depiction of mature themes involving sexuality

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