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Parents Guide for
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One implied sex scene, a man and a woman are seen on a bed in their underwear.

Some moderate innuendo and verbal sex references.


Strong bloody violence throughout.

A man is shown with bullet wound in the neck, with blood splatters on the wall.

Two dead bodies are shown, one covered in blood.

A man is shot in the leg.

Some punch ups. A man is shown with a bloodied face.

Some pistol whipping with a shotgun.


Frequent use of the f word and other expletives (e.g. slag, wanker, piss etc).


One scene of cocaine use.

Some alcohol drinking.

Robert Carlyle smokes cigarettes constantly in this film.


The film is tense, but no more than the average action film or thriller.

32/50 - Recommended for adult audiences due to the violence, but might be suitable for older teens.

Rated R for strong violence and language

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