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Love Liza
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

The only sexual thing in the movie is a vision William has of his late wife, washing up in the morning. Her bare breasts are briefly shown, and her entire backside is shown when she enters the shower

Violence & Gore

Just the plot of movie regarding a woman committing suicide. The actual act is never shown, but it mentioned quite often as "Blowing her brains out."

Profanity

25 Fucks, 10 Shits, 3 variations of Ass, and 12 religious exclamations including Jesus Christ.

Probably the most unsettling content in the movie is William sniffing the fumes from a gasoline soaked rag to get high. He is seen in many scenes doing it on and off screen, and he acts very intoxicated after doing it.

At one point he encounters a teenage couple who are addicted to sniffing gasoline too, and for a portion of the movie he is shown supplying them with gasoline. They are shown sniffing it as well.

The most unsettling scenes are the gasoline sniffing scenes. Quite hard to watch William abuse himself in that way.

A few times William has outbursts and lets out a stream of profanities onto other people.

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MPAA:
Rated R for drug use, language and brief nudity

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