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Contains passing references to sex and masturbation in the context of past television programmes such as Sex and the City and Seinfeld.

Contains passing scenes of moderate to strong violence and gore from television series such as The Sopranos, The Wire and Dexter. The strongest moment of violence occurs when a scene from Dexter is shown, in which a young Dexter witnesses his mother being chainsawed. While the act itself is not depicted on-screen, his distressed, blood-soaked mother is briefly depicted in close-up.

Contains infrequent use of coarse language, including "fuck" as well as limited use of milder terms.

Contains passing references to drugs in the context of the television series Breaking Bad, which is about a terminally ill cancer sufferer who produces methamphetamine in order to secure his family's finances in the event of his demise.

Passing scenes of brutal violence and gore may be distressing to some viewers, however, the documentary context in which they are shown alleviates some of the impact.


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