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TV-MA for strong war violence, graphic images, nudity and strong language

We see a Marine naked from the rear during the first episode.

A Marine gets out of his vehicle and drops his pants to relieve himself on the side of the road. We briefly see his bare buttocks.

We see male full frontal and rear nudity as Marines encounter a group of naked Iraqi prisoners.

Some crude sexual references.

Many wounded civillians throughout the show, some shown up close and graphic U.S. Soldiers are ambushed while driving through a city Terrriost are shot and killed with a sniper rifle(bloodsprays) many dead civillians are shown lying in the streets. children included a bomb blows up a building with men,woman and children outside(nobody survives) A marine shoots a 40mm grenade launcher at a car but misses and hits a man in the head without detonating.(large blood splatter) Intense night battle

Frequent use of F*ck.

Other profanity such as shit, ni**er, c*nt, p*ssy, damn, bitch, faggot, ass overall a lot of language.

I would like to add to the above with the following: Many people consider racial dialogue as profanity also, so I would like to mention that there are many occurrences where the soldiers talk about the Iraqi citizens as though they are less than human.

smoking and drinking in some scenes

Frequent use of dip tobacco.

Ex marines might find Generation Kill a hard watch due to realism. Civillian deaths may be disturbing to some

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