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There's some of women showing some cleavage at the beginning of the film.There is a quickly flashed still frame of George Jung with a topless woman on each arm. A brief scene of topless women walking by in the background.

There is a musical montage of the main character and a woman engaged in heavy petting, and sexual type activity

In the background of one scene there are topless woman walking around a swimming pool.

A few shootings (only one lethal, we see blood splattering on the wall from far away), and a man is beaten from far away (nothing too graphic)

There's some strong language in this movie and slang. 112 F words.

A lot of smoking pot plus there's a lot of "ordinary" smoking. There is also some cocaine use. People drink alcohol in the film, mostly at parties.

The whole movie depicts the sale, transportation, and use of narcotics.

Some emotional scenes

Rated R for pervasive drug content and language, some violence and sexuality

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