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A young man makes a remark about a politician having a sexual encounter with a congressional page.

Young women wear low-cut tops that reveal cleavage.

Two soldiers are shot repeatedly and they slump to the ground dead.

Troops are deployed by helicopter and fly over a snow-covered peak, they are shot at, several soldiers on-board are shot (one in the leg and we see a bloody wound, another in the face and we also see a bloody wound), and one soldier falls out of the helicopter and another jumps out after him; we see them both on the ground with injuries but they are alive, and the helicopter flies away.

Two soldiers stranded on a snow-covered peak hear approaching enemy troops, they exchange gunfire, an air attack is launched and bombs are dropped causing large explosions around them.

Two soldiers lying on a snow-covered peak are shown with severe wounds (one has a broken arm and fingers, one has a large bullet wound in his face, one has a broken leg and the bone and bloody tissue are exposed, and one has one leg stuck deep in the snow).

A soldier stuck in the snow frantically digs himself out, he pulls his leg up and we hear a crack (his leg appears to be broken).

A military commander talks about "putting our foot on their throats" during a talk about troop movement. We hear reports of soldiers being killed in bombings in Iraq.

9 F-words and its derivatives, 1 obscene hand gesture, 1 sexual reference, 15 scatological terms, 2 anatomical terms, 5 mild obscenities, name-calling (idiot), 7 religious profanities, 3 religious exclamations.

A man spits chewing tobacco juice into a jar.

Rated R for some war violence and language
Argentina:13 / Argentina:16 / Australia:M / Brazil:12 / Canada:14A (Alberta/Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:PG (British Columbia) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Denmark:11 / Finland:K-11 / Germany:12 / Hong Kong:IIB / Ireland:12A / Malaysia:U / Netherlands:16 / Netherlands:12 (TV rating) / New Zealand:M / Norway:11 / Norway:10 (TV rating) / Philippines:PG-13 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:NC-16 / Singapore:M18 (DVD rating) / South Africa:10 (M) / South Korea:15 / Spain:13 / Sweden:11 / Switzerland:10 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:10 (canton of Vaud) / Taiwan:R-18 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #43901)

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