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5/10

A man watches topless strippers dance.

Sexual references throughout.

7/10

A scene in a morgue.

Shooting and some mild fighting.

A man has his throat slit. Blood sprays.

A man shoots another in the body with a pistol. He then misses him after a few attempts to finish him from long range until he runs to him and proceeds to pistol whip him to death. (We can only see the man swinging the gun but not the victim's face)

A man shoots people with an AK-47.

10/10

Lots of profanity in Macedonian language.

4/10

Social smoking an drinking throughout.

The main characters meet dealers that offer them drugs.

A man smokes a joint.

7/10

The movie is in black-comedy style. Some may find the violence disturbing.


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