P.S. Your Cat Is Dead!
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Sex & Nudity

There are a few references to a penis, and we see a box containing a diaphragm in discussing an affair. There are taunts about erections. A man cuts out the seat of another man's pants.

Violence & Gore

The film is about a cat and mouse game between a tenant and a burglar. That involves a fair amount of threats with weapons and such. These threats involve a bat, a gun, a statute, a knife.

When a man hits another man over the head, he falls and doesn't move; he bleeds a little.

A man is tied down across a kitchen island and humiliated in various ways.

Four men attempt to rape two men.


The F-word is used at least 37 times (4 imes with its literal meaning). The S-word is used 4 times. "Goddamn," "bitch," "bastard," etc. are used somewhat more frequently. "Faggot" is used as an insult.

A man offers drugs in return for being let go. Wine is drunk at dinner and whiskey after. Two men smoke cigarettes.

The scene where the tenant discovers the burglar and the ensuing fight is pretty intense.

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Rated R for language, drug and sexual content

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