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Parents Guide for
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References to female sexual stimulation.

Many women are masturbated by their doctor, referred to as pelvic massage, initially digitally, but later using a mechanical device. It is all very clinical (and very funny) and no nudity is shown. When his hand becomes sore, his friend suggests using his tongue, as the French do.

Some innuendo referring to fellatio and prostitution, culminating in the question "Fancy a lick?"

A man assaults a woman. She fights back, kicking one in the shins. He slaps her across the face and throws her to the ground. She is later seen with a bloodied face.

A woman punches a policeman in the face.

A court considers forced hysterectomy as a punishment/treatment.

One use of "prick" in a genital context.

Three uses of "bugger".

Three uses of "bloody".

Four uses of "God" in a blasphemous context.

One use of "hell".

Three uses of "damn".

A local doctor is deemed only capable of steadying his scalpel with a quart of gin.

A very drunk woman has broken her ankle. "That's the rum talking" the doctor is advised.

Alcohol (port, wine) is consumed responsibly at an engagement party.

Rated R for sexual content
Argentina:16 / Australia:M / Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia) / Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Germany:12 / Italy:T / Japan:PG12 / Mexico:B / Netherlands:6 / Portugal:M/16 / Singapore:NC-16 / South Korea:18 / Sweden:7 / Switzerland:10 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:10 (canton of Vaud) / UK:15 / USA:R

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