Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical
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Sex & Nudity

There are many scenes in which sex is taking place, although it is fully clothed, very kitschy and overacted. It mostly consists of very overpronounced and fake-looking thrusting motions.

In several seens women are seen wearing very suggesting clothing (short silk nightgowns, bras, panties) and being touched. Also, not very 'sexual', more overacted and kitschy.

One scene involves seeing a young girl's drug induced fantasy. She is dressed in leather bondage gear.

One scene involves several semi-naked dancers dancing very suggestively with an almost completely naked boy.

Several male buttocks are seen.

Very pronounced cleavage is seen in several scenes.

In one animated scene, animated breasts and female buttocks are seen, plus a shadow-puppet sex scene.

Violence & Gore

All violent scenes are done in a very overacted and kitschy manner, and are usually taking place during a singing scene.

A man is run over by a car. No blood or gore.

A woman is shot in the chest. It is bloody, though nothing extreme.

A woman has her head cut off. We see her severed head and headless body (minimal blood)

A man falls and is impaled on a garden stake. Very graphic, but minimal blood and no gore.

A man is stabbed with a garden hoe. We do not see it, but the woman who stabs him is spattered in buckets of blood and blood spatters over the whole room. She also pulls out his bloody heart (we do not see her actually doing so, but see the bloody heart)

A man repeatedly hits his wife.

Profanity

Only a few profanities. 1 x Sl*t, Wh*re several times, 1 religious exclamation.

Lots and lots of marijuana smoking. One in almost every scene. Its what the whole story is about, after all!

None. Even the scenes where people are killed are supposed to be amusing and completely overacted.

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MPAA:
Rated R for drug material, sexual content and some violence
Certification:
France:U / Germany:12 / Portugal:M/16 / Switzerland:16 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:16 (canton of Vaud) / USA:R / USA:TV-MA (TV rating)

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