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Southland Tales
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

A man and woman kiss.

A man kisses another woman quickly.

Two CGI cars have intercourse, using very lifelike human genitalia. All computer generated, but graphic.

Explicit conversations by pornographic film actors about their experiences.

Violence & Gore

Three people get shot with rifles, with blood seen in the air and on their shirts.

A person has a bloody shirt in a dream sequence.

A cop stages and commits a double murder, blood is seen on the victim's shirts.

A man gets shot at close range with blood in the air while some of it splatters onto a white object (most likely a desk), a man gets shot while on the toilet (no nudity) and a man gets shot while working in a meth lab.

Roland's twin 'brother" is abducted, and he eventually gets shot in the left eye with a bloody injury.

Ronald is seen with a bad eye injury.

Profanity

55 uses of the word fuck.

27 uses of the word shit.

27 uses of the word pussy.

27 uses of the word dick.

Abilene buys weed, and is seen smoking a joint in one of Roland's "fluid-karma" induced hallucinations. "Fluid-Karma", a synthetic substance which somehow relates to Baron's ocean wave fuel, is implicated as being tested on soldiers, and characters inject it into their necks in at least 3 scenes.

Plenty of social drinking and Boxer guzzling from a six pack (the cans are still together, not separate). In addition, Abilene drinks alcohol to intoxication in his "Fluid-Karma" induced hallucination, and is clearly drunk at the end.

Pot plants and meth labs are present in the background of the neo-marxist compound (no actual drug production seen).

A man tries to quickly find his brother. However, when he does, the 4th dimension collapses upon itself.

Boxer Santaros tries to get everybody to move to the rear of the blimp, or he will kill himself.

Two people try to kill two soldiers before they can kill them.

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MPAA:
Rated R for language, violence, sexual material and some drug content

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