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Nuit blanche
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Parents Guide for
Sleepless Night (2011/I) More at IMDbPro »Nuit blanche (original title)

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-No sex or nudity.

-Some mild kissing and dancing amongst males and females in a nightclub.

-One scene of aggressive kissing.

Some graphic language is briefly used in describing prison rape.

This film is a past paced action film, with a premise that could mean the demise of a child.

-A car chase scene that ends with a man being stabbed and another being shot point blank with a shotgun.

-The knife wound continually bleeds and the character must dress and clean it throughout the film.

-Several scenes of shooting in close quarters, often with bloody wounds and splatter.

-One intense fight scene between men with brutal head smashing, punching, and dragging.

Most of the spoken language is French. There are numerous expletives in English subtitles including frequent use of s**t, f**k, etc.

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