Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
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In Bretton's office, a small picture of Eve, naked.

A few short club scenes - all woman clothed and no erotica.

Jake and Winnie are seen under the covers.


In Bretton's office, there is a painting that depicts gore.

A man falls into path of a train as a form of suicide. (he's seen falling out of frame as it speeds by)


Two f-words, along with multiple other profanities including the use of God's name in vain


People are seen drinking at parties and other events.

Gordon smokes cigars occasionally.

Jake's mother smokes.


Near the begining of the film, a man jumps in front of a speeding subway as a form of suicide. Nothing graphic is shown, but the scene is very shocking and very disturbing to many.

There are scenes between Gordon and his daughter and Jacob that may be emotionaly intense.

Total Explicit Rating: 24/50

Rated PG-13 for: Adult Language.(HBO advisory)

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language and thematic elements

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