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There are romance scenes with the man kissing and hugging a woman at the bar which bothers the Hunter.

The Doe Boy Hunter can be seen kissing and hugging his girlfriend Geri. Geri takes off her shirt reveling a bra on her.

The young boy Hunter can be seen shooting at a female deer by accident which upsets him even as a young man.

Hunter can be seen getting his blood taken by a needle shot.

Hunters dad slaps him in the face.

Hunter can be seen with a bloody nose.

Hunters hand can be seen bleeding.

Hunter gets into a brawl with one of the men at the bar before the fight gets broken up.

Hunter breaks his shotgun after getting angry for not shooting a deer.

Hunters dad Hank gets shot by one of the hunters by accident and later dies in the hospital.

Hunter encounters a male deer and almost shoots it with his bow and arrow but decides not to kill it.

There is a lot of scattered profanity used in the movie including words like "Damn", "Dammit", "Hell", "Ass", "Smart Ass", "Crap", "Goddamn", "Jesus Christ", "Poop", "Pee" and strong words including "Bastard", "S***" and "F***"

Hunter holds up a middle finger at his friends.

One of the names of the sign is called S*** creek.

One of the men smokes a tobacco pipe.

Hunter can be seen smoking a cigarette.

Hunter and his friends can be seen drinking beer at the bar.

Hunter can be heard arguing with his dad.

The scene with the deer getting shot dead may be disturbing to kids and animal lovers.

The scene with Hunters dad getting shot dead may upset kids and sensitive people.

Suggested MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for Strong Language, Smoking, Alcohol, Brief Violence, Thematic Elements.

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