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There is no on-screen sexual content, but in one scene, Max's neighbor can be heard moaning sexually (it is faint, but it is implied that she is having sex.)

A man drills into his brain. A man in a dream like sequence pokes a brain with a pencil.

10 or so F Words, 2 in one scene, and about 8 more in a quick scene where Max is screaming and thrashing about, along with a few other mild profanities.

A man takes prescription pills throughout the movie, and lists off all the drugs he's tried while attempting to alleviate his headaches, including marijuana.

A man hallucinates many times, including many scenes with a bloody brain. These scenes may be quite disturbing. Also, the scene with a man drilling into his own head is bizarre and scary.


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Rated R for language and some disturbing images

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