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There is no real nudity at all.

One woman slaps another woman.

Some strong language.

Some smoking.

Reference to Callie going "off the rails" previously and now she is clean.

Callie hides a box under her bed with drugs although you never see them later on it is said that she had taken acid and was on a trip. There is reference to the size of her pupils.

A few scenes where a deceased looking man pops up and seems to be haunting Tricia. This can be frightening to some as it is unexpected.

Rated R for language and some disturbing images

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