The Two Faces of January
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A woman gets changed. We see her bare back.

Two characters kiss passionately on a bed with the intention of having sex, but are interrupted.

There are multiple discussions about whether or not two characters had sex.

One of the characters tells another man his wife slept with him.

There are a few fist fights throughout. They are occasionally unexpected and intense.

A character is hit hard across the face. He is knocked out.

A woman falls from a large set of stairs and lands on her head. We see blood running down the back of her head and then her husband crying. She died.

A character is shot in the back. We see a brief splatter of blood when the shot is fired and then more blood running from his back when he's on the floor.

A couple uses of f*ck and sh*t, and a few uses of son of a b*tch.

Because of the time period, cigarette smoking is extremely prominent throughout the film.

A man's arm is snapped in a struggle between characters.


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Rated PG-13 for some violence, language and smoking

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