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A man lies on top of a woman and comments on her bare legs and buttocks. He wants to have sex but the woman falls asleep.

A man asks a woman via web-cam to drop her towel. She complies. Her bare breasts are seen for a few seconds.

The main chef puts an aphrodisiac in some of his food. You later see several people making love in the restaurant, including one where a man is having sex with a woman doggy style but at a distance. There is little to no nudity.

It is strongly suggested that a woman is cheating on a man.

In a comedic moment, the main character breaks his back while attempting to move an oven. You see him in pain a lot throughout the film.

A man is punched in the face by a thug.

Two robbers come into a nightclub and throw the DJ on the ground

A man tackles another man in a comedic scene

Not too violent

The film is spoken in German with some Greek, Turkish and English mixed in. So all profanities are seen in the subtitles.

Fuck, asshole, shit, and various other profanity is used.

Some drinking by the main characters, two of them gets drunk.

An aphrodisiac is heavily used in one prolonged scene and you later see the after-effects of it.

Some smoking

Not too frightening/intense. Plenty of the typical, quirky moments. Some might see a funeral scene fairly upsetting.


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