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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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There is an extremely brief, non-sexual shot of buttocks.

A dead body is shown covered in cuts, this happens very suddenly.

A man is forced to swallow a condom full of cocaine. He is then beaten, and pukes out the condom. It is forced down his throat again, then he is then stabbed repeatedly by a shadowed object. Blood splatters everywhere.

People are shown chained up, sprayed with high-pressure fire hoses, and overall treated like animals.

A woman is attached to a device that pulls her upper body up and her lower body down. Only her arm is torn off, but it isn't shown.

A man is shot very suddenly, and blood sprays.

A young girl is shown, dead, caught in barb wire.

People are attacked by a dog.

Surgery is performed forcefully on a man. The captors make a comment about how a general anesthsia would be too expensive/too much trouble, so he is alive when it takes place (at least until his organs are removed). They cut into his skin, and blood is shown spurting out. An organ is removed.

A man grabs a woman and forcefully makes her feel the brains of a dead man.

A woman's throat is graphically slit.

A man is shot in the head, blood sprays everywhere.

A man and a woman are branded graphically.

A man is given an injection that distorts his coordination. He is then given a baseball bat covered in spikes and told to hit a pinata. He hits it, but a person is inside. Blood goes everywhere.

An intense and very dramatic fight scene occurs very randomly, which makes it all more shocking. A man tries to separate a man from a woman, but the man being separated fights back. He steals a gun and shoots two people.

A man is tazered until foam comes out of his mouth.

A man is shot in the shoulder and blood briefly sprays. However, he survives

The overall graphic content of the film is fairly low. A lot of the violence shown is hidden by shadows or left somewhat ambiguous. The film is still very disturbing and emotional.

Moderate_ language, including at least six uses of the F word. Racist tergms are used throughout the film (mostly in es, usually to refer or directed at Hispanics (often to their faces).

A man refers to "smoking a fatty."

A man injects a bound man's inner elbow with a large hypodermic needle (not consensual). The specific contents of the shot are not given, though before the injection, the man threatening the bound man tells him the shot was something prepared by the doctor to help "dull the pain".) Due to the blindfolded man's near-immediate reaction to the shot (he goes limp, eyelids grow heavy; he appears to have rapidly become extremely relaxed) then his reactions in a scene that follows (where he is very woozy, confused, appears to be completely stoned and numbly staggers several times), it is safe to assume he was drugged with a strong narcotic sedative of some kind, probably in combination with an opiate.

Cocaine is shown briefly (and not in a recreational manner).

This film is EXTREMELY dark and intense.

People walk through a dark underground tunnel, very intense music plays and a dead body is seen.

A mother is separated from her young daughter in a very emotional and intense scene.


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