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Che: Part One
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Mentioned that a man raped someone's daughter.

A woman is dragged outside her house by a group of men, it is assumed she is going to be raped.

People are bloody after being shot.

There are scenes of warfare, including bombs, mortars, and violent shootouts.

Six uses of "fuck", two uses of "motherfucker", 1 use of "bastard", 1 use of "shit", 2 uses of "shithead", 1 use of "dickhead", 1 use of "God", 1 use of "asshole". A man mishears the word for "ventriloquist" as "vanilla piss". Son of a bitch is used a few times. A man who leaves a column is called a faggot.

People are seen smoking many times.

A man is given some rum.

The explosions and gunfights could be frightening to some viewers.

Suggested MPAA Rating: R for Language and War Violence. Not recommended for anyone under the age of 15.

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