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A man and a woman are shown in bed a few times, but they are clothed and no sex takes place; just some passionate kissing.

A woman enters her ex-husband's apartment only to discover a 9-year-old girl in the hide-a-bed sofa. The ex-husband has not "done anything" to or with the girl, nor does he intend to; but when the ex-wife discovers this it seems awkward as she gets the wrong impression.

One character gets beaten up repeatedly by thugs.

Two men get into a fistfight over a woman. Some bloody noses and lips are shown.

Two different characters get shot at different times in the film.

A character gets trampled to death by a stampede of horses.

Some blood is occasionally seen, but not too graphic.

The usual S and F words, and lesser words like Hell and Damn.

One character smokes regularly.

A child is seen smoking a cigarette until an adult takes it away from her.

Two characters drink in a bar and get drunk.

A child brandishes a gun, though the scene is actually somewhat comical.

Rated R for language, brief sexuality and violence

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