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Thirteen Days
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A U2 spy plane makes a high altitude reconnaissance mission over Cuba and is shot down by missiles.

Contains one use of the f-word and nine uses of the s-word. Also contains many uses of the h-word, b-word, S.O.B. and d-word. Contains many religious profanities.

Many characters (including the President) are seen drinking alcohol.

There are aerial recon missions where the pilots are told by White House staff that they can't be shot down or even admit to being attacked by the enemy to their superiors lest they give military command a pretext to escalating the situation in retaliation up to and including using nuclear weapons and thus enable to the Cuban Missile Crisis to explode into a full scale war.

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language

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