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The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman
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Parents Guide for
Charlie Countryman (2013) More at IMDbPro »The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

Charlie's beer is spiked with ecstasy. He hallucinates that all the women in the room are naked. Lots of topless women can be seen the background, with two or three close ups of their breasts. There are few shots of bare buttocks in this sequence as well. Not long after he starts hallucinating, Charlie imagines himself naked. His bare chest, buttocks, and pubic area are seen. However, his genitals are either covered by pubic hair or a conveniently placed prop in the way. Female genitals are also seen in the corner of the screen in a few shots and are sometimes covered by props and light flares/visual effects.

Karl takes five or six viagra pills and cannot get rid of his erection. While his genitals themselves aren't seen, the erection is clearly visible through his pants. The three friends then go to a strip club to try and "get help" for Karl's erection.

At the strip club, Karl is "serviced" by multiple girls. His friends receive the bill and are confused as to why it's so pricey. It's then revealed that Karl prematurely ejaculated in his pants. No ejaculate is seen, only talked about.

Darko threatens to shove a marker up Karl's butt and write his name inside so Karl won't forget.

Charlie and Gabi have sex. They drink, they kiss, then they take each other's clothes off. Both of them are naked. However, it's mostly just above waist shots. Everything below that area is very dark and hard to see. The occasional upper thigh is seen while they are thrusting. Both their chests are seen. Her breasts are clearly visible for two or three shots, a total of probably 8-10 seconds. Afterwards, they are seen naked in bed together, wrapped in sheets.

Violence & Gore

not until the mid-middle and end there's a series of brutal violence.

Profanity

Many f-words. So many.

Some characters are seen drinking and partaking in recreational drug use. There is one scene where Charlie's beer is spiked with ecstasy and the audience experiences his hallucination through visual effects and the like(see sex & nudity for details).

On a plane to Bucharest, the passenger sitting beside Charlie dies in his sleep. Charlie freaks out and calls a flight attendant, who covers the dead person with a blanket and states that she can't do anything until the plane lands.

Gabi has a compromising video of Nigel in which he shoots six people. There are two or three close ups of grainy footage from a security camera of Nigel shooting people in the head while Darko watches. Blood splatters can be seen on the floor and table.

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MPAA:
Rated R for some brutal violence, language throughout, sexuality/nudity, and drug use.
Certification:
Australia:MA15+ (2014) / France:U (with warning) / Germany:16 / Hong Kong:III / Ireland:18 (both cinema and DVD releases) / New Zealand:R16 / Portugal:M/16 / Russia:18+ / Singapore:M18 / South Korea:18 / UK:15 / USA:R

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