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Joel comments that he and Kitty were "as naked as a bunch of jay birds" when her mom walked in, and when she denies that he comments that she was the one with her skirt up around her neck.

Clay asks Joel if he's "whipped" (a phrase often used with a slang term for female genitals).

Potts is quite promiscuous and currently has Joel as her sexual servant. It's also mentioned that the guy she was with when discovered by her husband was sixteen.

Delilah mentions that her husband was impotent (thus her need to have sex with the farmhands).

Kitty and Clay passionately kiss while standing, and she starts kissing down his body and tries to undo his belt, but he stops her. He then kisses down her body and stops at her crotch. She then slides down to the ground where it's implied that he has oral sex with her (sounds are heard and he's seen between her legs). When they're done, he mentions that he doesn't like to get a girl naked on the first date.

Flyboy finds Clay's Playboy magazine centerfold and he and we see the woman's partial bare breasts. Later, we see the centerfold again.

Clay tells Flyboy about a guy they thought "was queer, but turned out to be a virgin." Clay then sets out to help Flyboy lose his virginity.

It's implied that Clay and Kitty have sex as they're seen afterwards in the back of her truck and she's covered only in a blanket (and of course they're smoking). They have sex several more times during the movie (nothing's seen).

Flyboy sees Joel zipping up his pants in his mother's bedroom.

It's mentioned that Delilah's "type" is "anything with two legs and a zipper in the middle." Later, she tries to seduce Clay and tells him, "Don't get me wrong. I've had better....But I've (also) had worse." Nothing happens between them.

Clay tells Flyboy his rules about women: "If a girl says no, just oblige her right away. Most times she'll be saying yes before you get your jeans back on....No matter how bad you want her, you've got to hold back...The first time is tough, but after that, the girls will be beating a path to your tree house."

Clay mentions that he had to leave Kansas City because he was having sex with a sixteen-year-old girl and the authorities would have charged him with rape (despite it being consensual).

Delilah mentions that since her mother died giving birth to her, she had to assume the wifely responsibilities (ie. Having sex with her father).

It's implied that Clay and Delilah have sex (we see him getting dressed afterwards).

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A bull is castrated (not explicitly seen) and its bloody testicles are thrown into a bucket. Also, the bull's horns are clipped and some blood sprays out. Later, Clay castrates a bull and his shirt is bloody from doing this.

A person who commits suicide with a gun has a bloody bullet hole to the chest along with a small stream of blood.

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'Shit, bitch'.

Clay meets Kitty and her friends while they're drinking beer in a local diner and he has one as well.

Kitty picks up Clay and we see Joel passed out in the back of her truck.

Delilah is often seen drinking bourbon and appears drunk in one scene (with Joel) and makes Clay drink with her in several scenes.

Kitty and Clay drink on several occasions.

Kitty gets Flyboy to drink some bourbon.

Clay and Flyboy drink beer.

Flyboy drinks a lot of liquor before his date and Clay drinks some as well.

Clay and Delilah smoke throughout the film.

Kitty, Earl and others also occasionally smoke.

Clay teaches Flyboy how to smoke and gets him hooked on the habit.

We see a 1960's billboard promoting cigarettes

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Some intense dramatic scenes.


MPAA:
Rated R for sexuality
Certification:
Canada:18A (Ontario) / Germany:12 (video premiere) / Iceland:12 / UK:15 (TV premiere) / USA:R

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