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Parents Guide for
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Sex scene with wife. Clothes removed and on the floor. No nudity, but can see bare shoulders of couple in bed. Sex is implied.


A man kills another man mostly off scene, presumably with adrenaline shots.

A man shoots another man in the head with a shotgun. The shot is not seen, but we see the blood later.

A dog bites a man with a gun, which fires into the air.

A nurse is shot and killed off screen.

Mentionings of thefts, raids, and other acts of violence when the storm ends.

Two uses of f-ck, p-ssy, g-damn, some uses of sh-t, b-tch, b-stard

In order to stay awake, a man injects his arm with adrenaline shots.

Scavengers break into the hospital to steal drugs. One mentions getting high from them later that evening.

Scenes and newsreels of Hurricane Katrina.

The first floor of the hospital floods, windows break, and there is lots of chaos as the storm hits.

A man walks into a hallway with covered bodies at both sides.

Throughout the film, a man struggles to keep his daughter alive. There are many intense moments where he tries to keep the machine attached to her working.

Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, violence and drug material

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