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Contains several sequences of cheating.

Some female frontal nudity and male rear nudity. There are several sex scenes, including one instance of naval penetration.

A man casually asks about another man's sex life.

There are several scenes where a woman seduces a man. She sits on him and touches him sensually.

A couple begin to have sex; we see the man shirtless, they kiss, and we see the woman move down his torso to his pants. They are interrupted.

A woman gives implied oral sex to a man as we see his facial reactions for about five seconds.


A drug dealer threatens a young man at gunpoint and is eventually stopped to two other men.

Some fighting occurs at a party.

A man grabs another man by his shirt and pushes him against the edge of the roof.

A man yells and trashes his apartment, throwing a TV out of the window and knocking many items off of shelves.

A man commits suicide by shooting himself in the head; blood is seen but no actual gore.


12 uses of "fuck" (one being "motherfucker") and 2 uses of "bitch".


A man and woman get drunk off of scotch and vodka.

A young man discusses how he owes money to a drug dealer for buying drugs, and a woman expresses her disdain towards the young man's briefly implied drug use.

A man is very briefly shown smoking a marijuana cigarette and offers it to a man; the second man declines and scolds him for his actions.

Adults are shown drinking wine and champagne.


An elderly woman casually mentions having been recently diagnosed with beast cancer in one scene. Her daughter assures her that she'll be fine. It is then never brought up again.

A man shoots himself in the mouth. There is some blood around the body. People circle around the body and grieve. There's talk about two characters "running away together."

28/50 - Recommended for 18+

Rated R for sexuality, language and brief violence
Australia:M (2009) / Canada:14A (Alberta) (2011) / Canada:14A (British Columbia) (2010) / Canada:18A (Manitoba) (2010) / New Zealand:M / Singapore:M18 / USA:TV-MA (cable rating) / USA:R (certificate #39800)

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