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Albert's breasts are partially and briefly seen when she is changing clothes. Hubert reveals her breasts fully for a few seconds to show Albert that she too is a woman.

A man is briefly seen having oral sex with a woman. She is seen moaning, and sheets cover the man, whose head is partially seen between her legs.

We see a man naked (implied) lying in bed from the side. His torso and leg are seen.

Helen and Joe kiss and embrace passionately, and are seen in bed together. Joe is shirtless, and Helen in a flimsy nightgown as they kiss and caress. Albert asks out Helen (and Joe doesn't mind) and kisses her on the cheek, to where Helen passionately kisses Albert on the lips.

It is unclear whether or not Hubert and Kathleen share a lesbian relationship.

Helen and Joe get into a loud argument, escolating into a fight between everyone. There is pushing, shoving, and Albert is pushed violently into a wall.

Some conversations involving violent topics, one of them about a gang rape (non graphic terms used).

Two dead bodies are seen, people who had died from the flu.

The word f*ck is used frequently as well as Jesus, sh*t, damn, and bitch.

Many people are shown drinking throughout the movie, at breakfast, dinner and a party.

Several people are shown intoxicated after a dinner and at a party.

Many people smoke cigarettes and cigars, the main character, Albert, wants to own a tobacco shop.

Hubert's revelation as a woman will unexpectedly shock viewers.

Rated R for some sexuality, brief nudity and language

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