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Sex & Nudity

Three sex scenes, which mainly focus on the face. These scenes appear more explicit than they actually are due to the emotional impact of the film.

Violence & Gore

Some bar fights with lots of verbal arguments.

Graphic photographs of war atrocities and strong verbal descriptions of war events.

A man is brutally kicked and punched.


Multiple uses of c*nt probably around 5 uses. Multiple and frequent uses of f*ck and dervatives (f*cking, f*ck off etc). Other milder swear words (sh*t, p*ss, w*nker, cock etc) used frequently.

Racist language including: "ragheads", "paki" and "chuggies" are all used, but infrequently.

Some alcohol drinking and drunkeness shown in a social context.

This is an emotionally intense and mature film dealing with post traumatic stress disorder after people have fought in a war.

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