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A man and a woman have sex, shown for a few seconds. Breasts are seen for a split-second.

There's a brief scene where a man attempts to rape a woman. He pulls her skirt down - panties and skin are visible for a second. Those parts are visible for another second later.

A woman takes off her dress and walks into a room, implying that she and a man are going to have sex. Her bare back is briefly seen.

During conjugal visits at the prison, some inmates have sex with their loved ones in tents. The tents shake back and forth, but nothing is shown.

A man's back is waxed by semi-nude women. Nothing graphic is seen.

Several scenes involving head shots and bodies exploding. Several characters are killed fully on screen with blood being shown.

A man is shot multiple times execution style at close range on screen.

Some violence involves a 10 year old boy

Frank hires hitman (cowboys) to kill Gringo in an over the top shootout. Hitmen appear frightening as they walk slow motion and you hear there boots hit the floor.Blood and gore is present as the shootout progresses. Gringo kills 13 men and women

54 uses of 'fuck', 14 of 'shit', 3 of 'son of a bitch', 2 of 'b-tch', and 1 of 'asshole', 'dick' (as an insult), and 'prick'.

Some inmates shoot heroin fleetingly in the background. A man snorts cocaine briefly.

Some smoking and drinking, at times involving children.

Occasional dialogue about drug trafficking.

The opening scene may turn off some viewers.

An intense sequence involving toe-cutting and execution.

The movie has elements of a black comedy; characters tend to have few redeeming qualities.

Several rough scenes involving a 10 year old boy (he smokes and tries to kill some gangsters in the movie).

Rated R for strong bloody violence, pervasive language, some drug use and sexual material

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