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Parents Guide for
Good Neighbors (2010) More at IMDbPro »Good Neighbours (original title)

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There are two sex scenes in the film. One takes place in an alley. There is no nudity but it is implied that the woman is dead and that it is rape. The second sex scene has partial female nudity and a visual extended scene of a used condom.

A woman is visually raped. ???Visually Raped??? How is that done??? Through rape vision???

A woman strips down. There is full frontal female nudity and the scene is extended to show her walking around still fully nude.

The movie is about a serial killer/rapist but there is surprisingly little gore. The most graphic scene would be a woman getting her throat slit. There is a lot of blood splatter and accompanying sounds.

Cats are killed. This doesn't happen visually, but the bodies are shown.

A woman is visually raped.

A character has a particularly nasty fall that is visual. Limbs look either dislocated or broken and there is a pool of blood.

There is a good amount of profanity but most of it comes from only one character. The popular f-word is the one used most frequently by this character.

There are several scenes of drinking. Wine. Liquor. A few characters smoke cigarettes. Smoking marijuana is implied in two scenes.

Despite being a thriller there is actually few frightening or intense scenes. Of course this is relative to your viewing habits. There is a scene of implied/slightly visual of some animals being killed. This would probably being hard for serious animal lovers. The scene of a woman being raped and murdered is probably the most intense scene in the movie.

Rated R for some strong violence, sexual content, graphic nudity and language
Australia:MA15+ (2011) / Canada:18A (Alberta/Ontario) / Canada:14A (Ontario) / Canada:13+ (Québec) / Germany:16 / Netherlands:16 / South Korea:18 (2016) / USA:R

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