New York City Serenade
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Some sexual references/innuendo

Some nudity, including bare-chested men

An unmarried man and woman have sex in a bedroom (they first kiss passionately while fully clothed; we see the man's bare chest and later the woman wearing only a bra and panties; the man is implied to be naked and we see his facial expressions as the woman performs oral sex on him, also implied, but still somewhat graphic; we later see the man on top of the woman kissing her and lightly thrusting on her very briefly).

A man gets buzzed, rips off his shirt and teases two women by suggestively dancing around the room and shaking his body at them.

Some strong profanity

Some

A man and two women get buzzed briefly.


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Rated R for language, brief sexuality and drug use

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