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Some graphic sex scenes showing thrusting, and the side of Whatsername's breast can be seen briefly

Breast nudity can be seen in the background of the house party scenes

Jimmy does suggestive dances with various people at the house party


Jimmy hits Whatsername several times

Jimmy cuts his palm with a razor (blood shown) and leaves a bloody hand print on the wall

Two officers subdue a man (not graphic)

Jimmy beats two people in separate scenes to a point they're bleeding and unconscious (intense)

There is a brief scene of domestic violence between Jimmy and his mom (some viewers may find these images unsettling)

There are fights between Jimmy and various people


Strong language, sometimes used abusively


The video is about a goth kid who uses hallucinogenic drugs

Jimmy and his mom are always smoking

Jimmy's drug abuse scenes are harrowing and difficult to watch

Jimmy's house has various drug paraphernalia around (syringes, coke tables, etc. can be seen)

Jimmy injects himself with a hallucinogenic

Viewers should know this video contains drug abuse on a "Requiem for a Dream" level


Jimmy's fights with Whatsername (inaudible) can be intense.

Jimmy's hand-cutting scene is rather graphic.

Jimmy's drug abuse is really saddening.

The camera usage in the convenience store can be nauseating

Total Explicit Content Estimation: 38/50

While a music video, there are scenes of drug abuse, violence, etc.

Not for Green Day fans under 14

That's a personal record for a 12-minute video.

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