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Sex & Nudity

No nudity and no on-screen sex.

A young man and a young woman kiss a few times. They are also implied to make love; at the end of the movie, the young woman tells him she is pregnant.

Violence & Gore

A young man and a young woman are chased by a group of armed people. He gets shot in the arm, she falls and hits her head on a rock. A bit of blood is seen on the ground. She does not die.

A young man wears pieces of a gravity-defying material under his clothes, which after one hour start to burn. He is implied to be burnt in some areas, but no detail is shown.

A young man is chased a couple of times during the movie, but always manages to escape.

Profanity

One or two uses of "God damn it" and "bastard".

A young woman is seen having a drink at a bar.

The same young woman is later seen at the same bar, drinking with a young man.

A man smokes.

The chase scenes are fairly intense.

The scene where a young woman falls and hits her head is emotionally intense.

A young man wears pieces of a gravity-defying material under his clothes, which after one hour start to burn. He is implied to be burnt in some areas, but no detail is shown.

The movie's visuals are peculiar and might make some people feel kind of dizzy.

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for some violence

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