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The infrequent use of stronger expletives such as "motherf**ker" are featured, but justified by context and not impactful.

The film would be more suited for an older teen audience, due to some coarse language, mostly consisting of some utterances of the stronger expletive "motherf**ker", as well as the expletive "f**k", used mostly in anger.

After fifteen years of military dictatorship, the Chilean public is asked to vote on whether President Augusto Pinochet should remain in office for a further eight years, or whether there should be an open democratic presidential election the next year. Ren Saavedra, a successful advertisement creator, is approached by the 'No' side committee to act as a consultant on their proposed advertising. Eventually, the proposal was rejected by voters, ultimately resulting in the restoration of democracy in the country.

Official CCC Rating: TE

Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for language

Recommended CNC Rating: Tous publics

Recommended Secretara de Gobernacin Rating: B

Rated R for language

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