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Rabbit Without Ears (2007) More at IMDbPro »Keinohrhasen (original title)

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Several scenes of female nudity (no genitalia shown) and a scene involving Til Schweiger's naked behind. Sex and sensuality are depicted clearly - Ludo watches a porn movie and he and Moritz have sex with several women, which is shown though not in too much detail. Oral sex with females is shown (again the genetalia are not seen) and talked about at considerable length and in some detail.

Mild, mostly cartoonish. A little boy gets a dart arrow stuck in his head, though, and has to be taken to the hospital to have it removed. The woman who is having Sex with Moritz on the one-night-stand in the middle of the movie has a seizure and throws up on Moritz.. (We don't see any vomit.) During the rolling credits the woman who threw up on Moritz walks up to him with a lewd smile while he is eating something out of a bowl. He spits the porridge like broth back into the bowl before running off. It looks like vomit.

Some, mostly mild. In several scenes, characters give the finger. Definitely something you'd have to explain to a child.

A scene involves a woman throwing up from too much alcohol, another has Nora Tschirner completely drunk. One scene of cocaine use.

A little boy gets a dart arrow stuck in his head and has to be taken to the hospital to have it removed. A man crashes through a glass roof and falls many meters (but miraculously isn't hurt).

Australia:MA15+ / Germany:6 (original rating) / Germany:12 (re-rating) / Singapore:M18 / South Korea:18 / Taiwan:R-12 (original rating)

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