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Yella
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A man and a woman kiss passionately. The next morning, the man is shown wearing only a bath towel and the woman is asleep in a bed, naked, implying they had sex. Only the man's naked torso and the woman's back are shown.

A man implies that a woman uses her sex appeal to get jobs. Later in the film, another man admits to thinking that a woman got a job only because she slept with her boss.

A man drives his car off a bridge on purpose. It falls into the river. The man and his ex-girlfriend, who was also in the car, crawl to the shore. No blood or injuries.

A man is physically (and verbally) abusive towards a woman, on one occasion he pulls on her hair and in another scene he slaps her in the face.

A drowned man is shown floating in the river. It is implied that a woman blackmailed him into committing suicide.

The ending scene is basically the first car crash scene; only this time, the man and the woman are dragged out of the water dead.

Almost no profanity. "Fuck" is used once in a sexual manner.

The film is very intense and dark.

A woman is stalked by her ex-boyfriend. Some scenes are very creepy.

The ending is very ambiguous and intense.



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