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Parents Guide for
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This movie is generally adult-themed, since it deals with the issue of child abuse.

A young girl undresses and we see the side of her breast. Her step-father is secretly watching.

A girl describes how her step-father almost sexually abused her.

A man tries to have sex with his wife. When she rejects him, he masturbates next to her. Nothing is shown, though it is obvious what he is doing.

It is mentioned that a woman was raped by her father and she has a sister/daughter

There is a reference to a character being a prostitute and when a woman (her neighbour) comes to ask her for a favour she humorously asks if she wants sex. She mentions 'muff diving'.

A man is shown dead on the floor with blood around his body. There is a knife in his side. There is a rather long scene showing a woman clean up the mess.

A woman gets cancer and doesn't have long to live. She doesn't die during the film, though.

An elderly woman dies off screen.

It is implied that certain family members died in a fire. No explicit detail given, though.

A young girl describes how she had killed her step-father in self-defense.

A character mentions that a woman was raped by her father and that her daughter is also her sister .

A character admits to have set a shed on fire, which caused death of two people.

One use of the f-word, s-word, "ass", "bitch", and "p----y".

A woman with cancer smokes pot to ease her pain.

A man is killed off-screen but the aftermath scene may be intense to some viewers.

A woman who was believed to be dead reunites with her family, while certain people still believe she is a ghost.

Rated R for some sexual content and language

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