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a couple makes out briefly

In black and white historical footage, a hunter shoots a duck out of the air and we see him pick up several dead ducks by their tied-together necks.

Half a dozen scenes show people cutting up salmon on chopping blocks to use as bait to lure sea birds in for photography; we see fish sliced open, piles of fish skin, bloody water and fish bones as well as a bird pulling a bit of fish skin over some ice.

At lest 1 use of God damn it, a$$hole, a$$, sh$@ 2 hells and some uses of bitch.

When a man tells a male friend that a very rare bird can be sighted nearby the second one responds by saying "What's he smokin'? I'd like to get me some of that."

Several New Year's Eve parties include men and women sipping champagne.

Two older people sleep in front of a TV with open beer bottles sitting on an end table near them.

We see a glass of beer in front of a computer keyboard.

Men and women drink from glasses filled with champagne at several holiday parties.

Three restaurant scenes show men and women sipping alcohol.

A bar scene shows two men drinking cocktails.

A bunkhouse scene shows men and women talking and drinking beer and liquor.

suggested rating PG-13 for language,brief violent images and some sensuality.

Rated PG for language and some sensuality

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