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Contains strong sex and theme of sexual assault

- The film concerns the story of a young woman who believes she was taken advantage of by a young man, leading to non-consensual sex.

- A young woman performs oral sex on a young man whilst another young man watches. She is dancing with both males, then starts to take the clothes off one of the. He strips naked (where see his bare buttocks as his boxers are pulled down) and he lies back on the bed while the young woman puts a condom on his penis (which you see briefly). She then proceeds to give him a blowjob while the young man breathes heavily and his friend masturbates whilst watching. The young woman then removes her top to reveal her bare breast and the young man starts to touch them.


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Rated R for strong sexuality and language, substance abuse and a rape
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