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Parents Guide for
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5 slave concubines are wearing skimpy/suggestive outfits

a room full of ladies being pumped for milk

a lady from a far off tribe disrobes in despair

Though actual gore is kept to a minimum, there are frequent scenes of violence and very long vehicular chase scenes. These include scenes where people fight, are shot and stabbed, or run over by vehicles. However, injury detail is limited, but a few scenes do show bloody violence.

A war boy is shot no blood

A man kills himself on purpose by triggering an explosion.

1 barely understandable use of the 'f' word, but it is covered up by car sounds. Bollocks and schlanger are used. Basically none.

The film features numerous intense, crazy car chases that host scarred, disfigured, and unnatural individuals. The dark, twisted themes of survival, preservation, and violence are lightened by the presence of slight comic relief and over-the-top action. The movie is half action and half thriller, most of the villains look disfigured and therefore creepy. The film is very intense because it is basically one long car chase and will keep its viewers on the edge of their seats.


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Rated R for intense sequences of violence throughout, and for disturbing images

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