"Deadwood: Sold Under Sin (#1.12)"
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Parents Guide for
"Deadwood" Sold Under Sin (2004)

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Sex & Nudity

Heavy sexual allusions, references and themes throughout involving prostitution.

A man confesses to a woman that he is married before they begin to undress and engage in sex. They kiss passionately before the scene changes. (No nudity) The next morning she is shown with a blanket clutched to her chest revealing significant cleavage.

Violence & Gore

A man is shown having a violent seizure.

A sick man is suffocated.

A man has his throat slit. Blood gushes while he jerks in his chair. (mildly graphic)

A man is shot dead off-screen, but the body is shown afterwards.

Profanity

Frequent r-rated language including the f-word (used about as frequently as the average teenager uses the word 'like'), and at least a dozen uses of c---s----er, c--t and other milder obscenities. Religious profanity is less common, but still present.

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