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A man hiding in a closet witnesses two people having sex but we only hear them (they are loud and passionate and very over-the-top) and see the look of disgust on his face. In a connected scene, another man hides under a bed where a man is on the phone with a woman and dry humps his bed (again in a very over-the-top fashion), moaning loudly. The film cuts between these two scenes with increasing rapidity until cutting to a ship blowing its fog-horn, heavily indicating that both parties climaxed.

A couple of punches are thrown, but the effect is mostly comedic.

A man spends parts of the movie trying to commit suicide though his attempts are thwarted at the last minute in humorous ways.

Guns are also fired though no one is ever hit.

Some uses of the 'f' word throughout the film.

Some very mild curse words are also uttered.

People smoke and drink in the film.

The film is a comedy (farce) but there is a sub-plot involving an anarchist with plans to blow up the boat.

Rated R for some language

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