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A love scene between the two main characters. no clothes are taken off.

3 guys are standing naked talking to a doctor, you see their butts.

a couple shower scenes where you see main female character naked but don't see anything.

A man forces a woman to give him blow jobs several times throughout the film. At one point, he rapes her.

Teenagers are beaten and yelled at by their peers if they do not apologize for things they've done wrong.

Sophie (Mila Kunis) is thrown to the ground and beaten up by a group of girls that well outnumber her for taking a rest break.

There is some profanity including words like fuck and shit.

Some people snort cocaine.

one scene where the two main characters are seen smoking weed.

a scene where the main male character is seen "shooting up".

The scene where a camp staff member rapes one of the teen campers.

There is a scene where a teen (Christopher Jacot as Danny) that can not swim and hits his head on the bottom of the ocean and drowns causing his death on the beach.

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