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Desu nôto
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Parents Guide for
Death Note (2006) More at IMDbPro »Desu nôto (original title)

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A woman wears a dress that is slit up to the crotch; she bends down and her black underwear is shown.

A man is hit by a car.

A woman shoots herself in the head (no blood is shown).

A girl is shot a few times; bloody exit wounds are seen.

In the English Dubbed Version, there are six uses of "fuck". In the English Subbed Version there are a few uses of "kuso", which means "shit".

The deaths may be intense for some viewers.

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