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A bouncer rejects two foreigners acess to a disco. The bouncer verbally abuses them on their background and the two of them walk away. However, they come back with a gun and shoots the bouncer in the shoulder. Louis and another bouncer grabs the man with the gun and they take him inside the club where they punch and kick him (we don't see the aftermath of this)

Following this incident, Louis verbally abuses a kiosk owner but the scene never gets violent, but tense

Leo hits Louise hard in the face but apologizes to her afterwards. When Louis finds out, he threatens Leo by ripping his throat out if Leo touches her again.

During the movie nights, we see various gory scenes from the films being watched

During a movie night with Lenny, Kitjo and Louis, Leo pulls out a gun and threatens Louis with it. He pulls the trigger, but the gun is empty. He apologizes to Louis later

Louise (who we now know is pregnant) and Leo has a verbal fight and they struggle. It ends with Leo pushing Louise to the floor and kicks her twice in the stomach before he storms out.

A big guy knocks Leo down with a beer bottle. In the next scene, we see Leo with blood on his face and tied up in an old warehouse where Louis and two of his thugs are present. Leo screams out for help, but no one can hear.

Louis pays an HIV-infected junkie for a syringe full of the junkie's blood and Louis injects the syringe into Leo's leg and they knock Leo out before cutting him loose (very intense scene)

The next day, Leo confronts Louis on an empty street and shoots Louis in the stomach (with very bloody results), Leo walks over to Louis, shoots himself in the hand and lets his, presumeably, HIV-infected blood drip all over Louis' face and into the stomach wound.

Leo, thereafter, puts the gun in his mouth and pulls the trigger (we only hear the sound) and we see his funeral service

Lots of Danish profanity (including a lot of 'fucks')

Kitjo smokes a few times

We see the friends buy some beers (we don't see them consume them)

The last 15 minutes of the movie is very disturbing and intense

The scenes mentioned in the "Violence" section can also be considered to be intense


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