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"Spartacus: War of the Damned" Fugitivus (2012)"Spartacus: Blood and Sand" Fugitivus (original title)

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There are plenty of uses of the word "fu-k", probably in the low double digits. The word is also used as an adjective (fu-king) About a dozen uses of the word "cock" (most used literally to refer to the body part), one use of "cock" even before the opening credits. Half a dozen instances of someone being referred to as a b-tch. Men and women are described as "whores", probably in at least ten instances.

Wealthy citizens drink wine as they watch a gladitorial match.

Two male characters drink a cup of wine together (brief).

During a sequence set in a brothel, many patrons are shown drinking wine from goblets and bottles. One patron pours a bottle of red wine over a naked man (in slowed-down motion) as the patron is on hands and knees having sex with two female brothel workers..


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