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A man asks a woman (not his wife) to come home with him (she refuses).

A psychiatrist asks his patient, "how is the sex?" (implying with her husband).

A man and a woman (not married to each other) lie in bed to sleep and the man places his arm across her waist.

A woman removes her pants to sleep and a man watches her (we briefly see her underwear).

Two men struggle and fight, they fall back through a window breaking it, and fall toward the ground below.

A man hits a man over the head with a fireplace poker, we then see the injured man with blood on his forehead and he is tied to a chair where a man and a woman interrogate him (they both hit him in the face and one threatens him with the poker).

A woman shoots a man in the back, leg and shoulder, we see blood splatter then hear squishing as the holes close up again.

A man and a woman driving in a car are hit hard from the side by another car, they get out and run, they are chased by several men with guns, and they hide in tall grass.

A man drives a car and hits a pedestrian who is thrown into a gas pump (we see the person thrown into the air and the gas pump is dented).

A woman is thrown into the air and far into the distance, and a man is thrown through a roof breaking it to pieces and is send far into the distance too.

A woman is held by the throat, she gags and gasps and she falls to the floor nearly unconscious.

A cabin appears to explode with three people inside (two are uninjured and the other disappears).

A man yells loudly, his face appears distorted and the glass windows around him shatter.

A man struggles with two men, kicks out a car window, and punches and fights the two men.

2 F-words, 2 scatological terms, 5 mild obscenities, 2 religious profanities, 5 religious exclamations.

People are shown drinking alcohol sometimes to the point of intoxication.

The film and story itself is quite intense, the film involves children being abducted from their parents.

The adults have forgotten they have children.

This story plot could be intense and frightening for young children.

A man screams at a woman and his face is very disturbing and freaky looking.

People think a woman is mentially ill and that she imagines that she has had children in the past.

A man and a woman get chased through an alley way and are stalked by the police, the scene is intense.

A shack explodes.

Rated PG-13 for intense thematic material, some violence and brief language

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