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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Not Rated in USA, but would be Rated R for Pervasive Langauge

Rating: 3

Sex is implied in one scene, but it isn't shown as it is filmed in a dark room and immediately cuts to another scene after a split-second. A variety of crude terms are used to describe the dalliance later on. The same man propositions the same woman for another encounter at the end of the film. Politicians insult each other very often, sometimes using vulgar sexual terms.

Violence & Gore

Rating: 3

There are a variety gruesome verbal threats of malicious intent, but no actual physical violence.

Profanity

Rating: 10

135 uses of the word "fuck". 85 of which are said by Peter Capaldi's character Malcolm Tucker.

5 uses of the word "cunt"

Near constant use of every other profane word imaginable (shit, cock, dick, pussy, etc...)

Rating: 3

Alcohol is frequently consumed. Numerous people smoke cigarettes and cigars.

Rating: 1

A man destroys a fax machine while threatening another man.

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