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Little Birds
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The movie opens with Lily (Juno Temple) in the bath where her breasts are clearly seen.

The is an interrupted sex scene between Lily and the lead male character that takes place in his empty old home where Lily is topless for a fairly long period of time.

There is much sexual talk and two men are lured into what they think are sexual encounters with Lily only to be robbed.

A character is almost raped. Her shorts are pulled down

Men are held at gunpoint after seeking a young girl for sex.

Several characters get bloody noses from a fight.

A character is shot, blood is seen.

A man beats up a group of boys, the boys are bloody.

Several uses of the f-word and few of the c-word, plus all minor curse words.

Underaged drinking throughout.

Cigarettes are smoked.

Drugs are seen smoked.


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Rated R for pervasive language, some violence including a sexual assault, sexuality/nudity, drug and alcohol use - all involving teens
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