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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

There is no nudity in this film.

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 woman. Her underwear is pulled down, but nothing is shown.

Spoiler alert: A couple of drunken young men taunt a young woman and one man proceeds to rape her while the others pin her down. They are both fully clothed, and only the man's thrusting motions and the woman's screams suggest what's happening. We see a photograph earlier showing the same young woman with her blouse partially unbuttoned.

Violence & Gore

When Megumi is hit by Jane and Ben's car, she's crushed as its wheels roll over her.

Bruno cuts up photographs with a razor blade pinched between two bloody fingers. And then he jumps over the railing of his multistory apartment building and is shown falling to his death. We don't see the impact, but we do witness a close-up of the bloody results.

Ben has developing chemicals splashed into his eyes. He quickly puts a towel to his face and pulls it back covered in blood.

During a later episode with a ghosty Megumi, Ben gags up flies and blood.

Jane's face is pushed by an invisible hand against a cracking window. The window shatters and she is thrown back with a small cut on her face.

A man's eye appears to have been punctured.

In flashback we see a live Megumi being drugged and molested by Ben's sleazy friends while he takes photos. They kiss her face and then drag her off camera to rape her.

Ben takes a high-voltage lamp and jams it into his neck.

Profanity

The f-word and s-word are both spit out once.

God's and Jesus' names are misused a total of a dozen times, with God being combined with "d--n" once.

Large bottles of potassium cyanide are discovered on the floor in Megumi's apartment.

Ben, Jane and friends order sake at a restaurant.

Ben and Bruno both drink beer.

Ben gives Megumi a drug-laced glass of wine. (We see her groggy.)

Jane sets a bottle of wine on her coffee table.

The movie uses elements of sudden scares/shock and spooky supernatural events involving ghosts.

The rape scene is very unpleasant to watch.

**Most of the entries on this page describe the Shutter remake and not the Korean original so they are not a true representation of evens in the film.**

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