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MPAA Rated R for violence, pervasive language, sexual content and drug use

Sex & Nudity

  • There is no nudity, and all the sex is either talked about or implied.
  • Several of the guys are would-be prostitutes, and at least one is somewhat successful as either a straight or gay-for-pay hustler.
  • One of the guys is picked up by a newly married woman.
  • A male prostitute and a female prostitute accidentally pick each other up.
  • There is an obligatory younger guy/older woman love scene, but it fades out as soon as they lie back on the bed fully clothed.
  • One of the guys is picked up by a couple of girls and makes a roll of money.

Violence & Gore

  • The kids get a lot of their stuff by stealing it. (The young guys in this movie appear to be a mix of ages from early to late teens.)
  • The mother-figure to the guys is a former stripper and prostitute who is in an abusive relationship with a cop. She has a black eye in her first scene. She tells about surviving a murder attempt.
  • A man roughs up one of the guys and a woman, throwing the guy through a plate glass window. We see him with lacerations on his face and chest.
  • There is an obligatory car chase.
  • One guy threatens another with a gun. There is a gun-fight in a dark room. A guy leaves a bloody hand print on a light pole. He collapses and bleeds to death. There's lots of blood on him and a survivor who wears his bloody clothes all the next day.


  • The F-word is used about 119 times. The S-word is used about sixty-six times. (Exact word counts are impossible in this movie.) There are other vulgar and profane expressions as well.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • The guys and their girlfriends drink and smoke cigarettes and marijuana.
  • A major element in the plot involves guys holding drugs for another guy.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

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