"The Sopranos: Pax Soprana (#1.6)"
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Parents Guide for
"The Sopranos" Pax Soprana (1999)

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Sex & Nudity

A woman is seen topless for a minute or so in a bedroom.

A woman is seen having a shower through frosted glass. Her breasts and pubic region are briefly seen, though blurred.

Violence & Gore

We hear that a boy had committed suicide after taking designer drugs (Not shown)

A man is thrown off the side of a bridge; we see him drop and fall into the water.

A man is punched and kicked repeatedly.

Profanity

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