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Contains mild sex and sex references

- A very brief scene sees a woman going to bed with a man, shown mostly in silhouette. No explicit detail is shown, though sex is implied.

- A number of teenage girls make sexually suggestive comments about an attractive young man.

- A moderate innuendo, though the strength of it is mitigated by the fact its true meaning is revealed only when a plot twist is revealed.

- There is a discussion about a young lady's bra and how it pushes up her breasts

Contains moderate violence

- A woman is killed with a javelin. Impact is not shown in detail but in flashback we see her face as blood comes out of her mouth.

- Someone is hit over the head with a sandbag and is knocked out.

Contains mild language

- Mild language, such as 'bloody'.

- Contains a few discriminatory phrases, though these are never endorsed and clearly meant to represented the 1930s-set period of the drama.

Contains scenes of alcohol consumption and smoking

- Alcohol is occasionally consumed, including a scene where a student's mother gets drunk at her school opening ceremony.

- Smoking is seen, though this not endorsed and is generally there to demonstrate the period setting.

Contains moderate horror

- The murder set-pieces, though low on gory detail, have a certain degree of horrific intensity.

- There is a scene where someone screams for a long time in a harrowing way.

- Someone is seen stabbing a doll with the face of a woman as a form of hate-ritual.


Certification:
Australia:M / Finland:K-11 (2009) (DVD)

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