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A couple kiss as they go to a bed, sex is implied. They are seen in bed afterwards, no nudity.

Two women share an extended kiss. A man is seen filming them.

Plenty of sexual references, several of them are graphic.

A man is shot once in the hand. He groans and a bit of blood is seen.

A man is shot in the chest. We see blood coming out from under his shirt and from his mouth.

A man is shot several times with automatic weapons, he winces and blood briefly sprays.

Several cartel members are shot and killed, bloodless.

Two cops discover a room with decapitated heads and various other body parts. No blood or graphic details shown. Only talked about

A long, but bloodless, tussle.

76 uses of the f-word and scads of other obscenities, vulgarities, and epithets, in English and Spanish.

Drug cartels are mentioned many times as there is a main plotline involving them.

A woman lights up a joint in front of a cop, and blows smoke in her face.

Infrequent, but rather intense confrontations between criminals and police, especially when both sides have weapons.

During an investigation of a house two cops find a gated room containing about 15 people and children (presumably illegal immigrants) locked inside, cramped.

Rated R for strong violence, some disturbing images, pervasive language including sexual references, and some drug use

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