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There are at LEAST 3 or 4 sex scenes in the first 15min

Reece drowns her own pet kitten by zipping it up in a bag and dropping it into the bay. The scene is disturbing even if little attention is given to it (filmed from a distance to music).

-Like I said, in the 1st 15minutes or so, but there is plenty of cursing and "F" words etc.

-Again, 1st 15min. The main character is a drug user. There is an obvious usage of cocaine and alcohol.

Rated R for language, some drug use and sexuality

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