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Parents Guide for
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A female prostitute is seen in a car with a man, she hands him a condom but he requests oral sex instead. Her head is seen moving down towards his lap but they are interrupted.

A few sexual references, including references to prostitution.

A box of VHS pornography is shown for a few seconds, no nudity or anything sexual is seen.

A woman offers to preform oral sex on a man, he declines the offer.

A man is seen topless as he applies make-up. His nipples can clearly be seen.

The same man is later seen topless again as he talks to his friend. This seen is dark and so can't be seen in much detail.


A man throws marbles at a police officer causing him to fall to the ground, he then beats him with a 'trench club'. The impact is off-screen.

A man is beaten up by corrupted police officers. He is seen with blood on his face.

A man spits out blood and a tooth into a bowl.

A man is hit with a slingshot twice. He is then kidnapped and tied up. A man squirts lime juice into his face and then crushes his finger with a nut-cracker. It's not seen in detail but see it from a distance and hear him scream.

A man fights a group of people. He beats up three with his 'trench club', then is stabbed. He is okay since it hits his bulletproof vest. He then fights another man but gets hit in the face causing him to bleed. He is then shot with a machine gun, but it turns out they were just training bullets and so cause no bad damage.

A man fires to shots into a caravan implying he killed two people, we don't see anything.

A man shoots another man, then shoots him multiple more times on the floor. Only the first shot is on-screen.

A man hits another man with his cast on his arm and smashes him through a window.

A man is tazered by police.

A man slaps a woman.

A woman shoots a man in the balls.

A group of men are attacked by a swarm of wasps.

A man is shot twice, he hits the shooter around the head but is then shot a few more times. He dies.

Although we don`t see too much blood, the violence in this movie is brutal.


10 uses of 'fuck'.

A few uses of 'shit'.

Uses of milder language such as 'retard' and 'ass'.

One use of 'faggot'.


A teenage character is addicted to crack, and in 3 scenes, takes several hits off of a small glass pipe.

It's mentioned that Arthur's mum died because of her drug addictions.

A woman is seen smoking and drinking.


Some mildly intense scenes.

Despite being a comedy, it's a very dark film.

Defendor dies in the end

Some scenes, especially the ending are very emotional.


Rated R for drug use and language throughout, violence and sexual content
Argentina:Atp / Australia:MA15+ / Brazil:16 / Canada:14A (Alberta/Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:PG (British Columbia) / Canada:PG (edited TV version) / Finland:K-15 / Germany:12 / Netherlands:12 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:M18 / South Korea:18 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #45809)

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