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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

It's implied that a older man and young woman have sex, but nothing's seen. She is seen, though a neglige as she and him dance.

A man accuses a woman of having sex with his stepson and asks where they did it.

Violence & Gore

A man and woman fight over a pair of car keys. The man pins her face down on a sofa where she ten elbows him in the face. He in turn slaps her, but she retaliates by hitting him several times with a fireplace poker, finally knocking him out. The woman has a bloody nose and the man head is very bloody after they fought.

After realizes that his wife has unknowingly taken the necklace, he smashes things in the house. Later, he sewing up the wound by himself and "thread" is running from the skin about his eye.

A man grabs another man and repeatedly smashes the back of his head into a tree. But the other man stops this by punchung him in the lower back.

A young man attacks a older man in a bar, and punches him many times before they're separated.

A car flips over and slides down an embankmeah. A woman is little bloody after she in a car wreck and later dies from this.

A man throws a woman to a bed while holding a pocket knife that he eventually drops.

Two man get into shoving match that quickly ends.

A older man throws a young woman to the floor after he accuses her of having sex with his stepson.

A man repeatedly hits a man with gold club. Moments later, the man smother him with a pillow.

Two man get into a fight on a boat. There's punching and kicking and the shotgun shell loaded spear gun discharges, but no one's hit. The man takes quite a beating, but after his stepfather falls into the water and tries to climb up a ladder, the man backs the boat into his stepfather, crushing his legs. The man legs are little bloody after they've been crushed by a boat.

Profanity

14 "f" words, 11 "s" words, 1 slang term of male genitals, 3 "ass" words, 3 damns, 1 S.O.B., and 8 uses of "goddamn", 4 uses of "Jesus", 3 uses of "oh god", 2 uses each of "jesus christ", and 1 use of "god", "dear god", and "for christ's sake" as exlamations.

The main character works in a wine shop and delivers to his clients.

There beer and wine drinking.

Yes, there are smoking.

There are two scenes where the theft of the necklace is planned or takes place.

A husband and wife have marital problems and she finds out about his infidelity. It all comes to boil as they get into a physical fight where she end up knocking him unconscious and the moves out.

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MPAA:
Rated R for violence and language

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