The Girlfriend Experience
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Not very explicit for a film about escorts, but still enough to warrant the rating.

It's implied Chelsea has sex with a client(they embrace and kiss, with her pushing him onto a bed). When she wakes up, full-nudity is briefly visible, but not very easy to notice because it's a zoomed out, darkly lit shot. She mentions having sex with him for an hour in her diary.

Chelsea meets a client, and while you don't see anything(they talk). She later mentions that he told her to masturbate, and then masturbated to her doing that.

Chelsea kisses and embraces Chris, then they fall back onto a sofa(it cuts to the day after a couple seconds later).

Chris is mad at Chelsea because one of her clients is a married man who doesn't seem to be in all that much need. Later on, when he begins to protest the idea of an open relationship, he uses the f-word sexually once or twice when yelling at her.

Chelsea mentions that a message board owner blackmailed her into having sex with him in exchange for a good review. What is most likely a bad review by that man is said in narration(explicitly using terms like C**k in the process). While upset, she mentions to a friend that the man told her to put a Q-tip on her vagina, and remarks about him being disgusting in terms of appearance and behavior, implying that she refused and the man retaliated with a bad review.

One of Chelsea's clients is a jewish diamond salesman, and he takes her into the backroom. She's in a skimpy bra and panties(revealing bare butt and back), and he unbuckles his belt. They're standing up, but we don't know if they're embracing or actually having sex.

After the end credits, she's seen washing a client's hair while naked. Because the man is sitting in a bath-tub, full nudity is obscured, but breasts are visible.

Approximately 21 f-words and maybe a half-dozen s-words. Profanity is limited to moments of anger, so it's not very frequent compared to most R-rated films.

Many characters drink alcohol. A man mentions a nicotine vaporizer in passing conversation.


MPAA:
Rated R for sexual content, nudity and language
Certification:
Argentina:18 / Australia:M / Brazil:14 / Canada:14A (British Columbia/Ontario) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Germany:12 / Ireland:16 / Japan:PG12 / Netherlands:12 / Portugal:M/16 / Singapore:M18 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #45258)

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