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Parents Guide for
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Affection between lovers. In one supposedly post-coital scene, two lovers are covered by bed sheets. Only their bare shoulders are seen.

A man accidentally opens the door of a bathroom stall occupied by a transgendered woman. She puts her hand in the way of her genitals. We hear some fart noises. Nothing explicit is shown in this comedic scene.

Spoiler alert: A graphic rape scene. This is quite brief we see a man thrusting and close up of the woman's face. She is pinned down by two other men.


A woman is shown with slit wrists.

A spirit is seen with bloody eyes and blood dripping from its mouth.

A brief, but disturbing rape scene.

A man is shown lying on the ground with blood around him.

A man jumps off a balcony.

A man is hit over the head with an object, we see blood running down his face.

Some disturbing images of animals in jars.


At least two uses of the word b-stard. Some religious profanity. The word sh-t is used once.


Some alcohol drinking in a social context.


The movie uses elements of sudden scares/shock and spooky supernatural events involving ghosts. The spirit woman has a scary appearance and could be upsetting to young children.

The rape scene is very unpleasant to watch.

26/50 - Suitable for older teens.

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