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Flags of Our Fathers
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2/10-A joke is made and repeated about having to hand in "masturbation papers". There is some sexually-derived language, but it is extremely brief.

7/10 -The movie is fairly violent, but only in a few scenes. There is a scene where the soldiers stumble apon japanese soldiers who have committed suicide. Their bodies are disfigured and extremely bloody. When the soldiers are shot, there is normally a spurt of blood. The violence in this movie is fairly graphic.

6/10 -12uses of the 'f' word. Brief sexually-derived language, as well as milder obscenities ("Son of a b*****", "s****", "d***", etc.) Brief use of some racial slurs (derogatorily towards Indians) .

One character drinks heavily throughout the film, and is seen vomiting and drunk for portions of time. Alcohol is featured prominently throughout the course of the film, and many characters smoke throughout the movie.

6/10-The scenes on Iwo-Jima are harrowing, intense,and violent, and may be very disturbing to veterans who fought there.

Rated R for sequences of graphic war violence and carnage, and for language

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