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There are many scenes where you see breasts, there is also male nudity as well.

A bass player is fully nude throughout their whole show.


The mosh pits for some of the bands get pretty intense.

Many people were injured in the mosh pits, mostly from Limp Bizkit and Korn.

Hardcore dancing is seen.

Some of the lyrics to some songs can be violent.


Almost every band swears a ton.

Over 100 uses of "Fuck"

Many uses of the words "Shit" "Ass" "Damn" "Bitch" etc.

Most of the time, the swears are being sung in songs.


Pot,beer,cigarettes, etc are seen.


Korn's show is very intense.

Limp Bizkit's show is very intense.

You do not see this in the film, but people ended up being raped in mosh pits at the Limp Bizkit show.

Some of the lyrics can be disturbing.

The mosh pits get pretty intense.



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