"Masters of Horror: Imprint (#1.13)"
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Parents Guide for
"Masters of Horror" Imprint (2006)

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A man is in search of a prostitute in which he has fallen for, and prostitutes are seen in the beginning (only advertisement, no nudity here).

There is a brief sex scene shown, but with no nudity.

There is, however, brief nudity during a torture scene (breasts are seen, but not for too long).

It is heavily implied that a man raped his young daughter.

A young woman reveals that her parents are brother and sister.


A somewhat lengthy torture scene in which a woman is first burned with incense sticks. Then, sharp steel spikes, if you will, are forced down the fingernails of the woman in very graphic detail. Next, her lips are pulled up slightly and more of the "spikes" are put through her top and bottom gums. From here, she is suspended by both arms and a leg. Later on, you see her strangled to death.

A few scenes in which a man beats his wife (also quite graphic).

A newborn baby (umbilical cord and all) is thrown into a river to be left for dead, but survives and is found 2 days later.

A fetus (umbilical cord and all) is thrown into a river by a young girl, but this one is dead.

A woman has a hand that comes out of her head several times on screen (with slightly gory effect)

A large rock is thrown at a young girl's face, she falls to the ground.

A man shoots a woman twice (the second time, the woman pulls brain matter from her head and looks at it, before dying)

An incarcerated man is given a barrel of food, which contains a dead fetus, umbilical cord, afterbirth, and blood, but he does not eat it.

A fish is seen cooking (this is real, but not really graphic).

Not too much, but it is present.

Alcohol is used, and cigarettes are smoked, nothing that's really a big deal.

Within the one hour of this T.V show/movie its pretty intense from start to finish.

If the MPAA rated this it would probably be NC-17 for sadism, torture and graphic violence

Argentina:18 / Australia:MA15+ / Canada:16+ (Quebec) / Chile:18 / Finland:K-15 (TV rating) (self applied) (2008) / Finland:K-18 (DVD) (self applied) (2007) / France:16 / Hong Kong:III / Italy:VM14 (DVD release) / New Zealand:Objectionable / Spain:18 / USA:TV-MA

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