Parents Guide for
"Generation Kill" Screwby (2008)

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This episode contains a lot of dialogue, but NO female nudity or magazines are seen. I do believe that there are a couple of occasions where soldiers are using the bathroom in the field, and male rear nudity is seen but not much else.

Blood is seen. Innocent civilians are massacred. A young boy that has been shot by a soldier is brought in to the base for help. Terrorists with weapons are also shot. In all episodes there is a lot of cruel and violent dialogue.

The use of profanity is very common and widely used in all episodes. Many people consider racial dialogue as profanity also, so I would like to mention that there are some occurrences where the soldiers talk about the Iraqi citizens as though they are less than human.

They regularly use dip tobacco.


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