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Twice we see 4 elderly and overweight people (2 women and 2 men) naked in a hotel room. It is implied that they are participating in an orgy, but no intercourse is shown. There is full frontal nudity of both the men and women in both scenes, which last around 7 seconds. In one scene the camera is positioned at the floor, between the legs of one of the females, looking up, with her genitals in full frame

One of the character says he was raped in prison. There is an extended discussion regarding the race of the person who raped him, with several references to anal intercourse using vulgar terms (butt-f**k).

The same woman is briefly seen in her bra and underwear while getting dressed. Each glimpse is mere seconds.

In bed, a shirtless man lays on top of a clothed woman pinning her by her wrists. She pulls his hair. They slap each other in the face. After they release their grips on each other, she laughs and smiles.

A driverless minivan careens out of control toward two young children playing in a front yard. A horrified mother runs to grab the children. The driver pulls a handgun and shoots at the van, hitting it and other inanimate objects. No one is injured.

A white man chokes a black man with a dog leash and throws him to the ground. He then drags the man by the leash behind a building and forces him at gun point to eat dog food.

A man is hit with a golf club in the face and broke his nose, blood is seen dripping down his face and all over his hands and shirt.

During a car chase a woman fires a handgun into another vehicle. Windows are broken but no persons are hit.

A car rear-ends another car, forcing it to spin and crash on the roadside. A man from the attacking car punches the stunned driver in the face. His female passenger is taken against her will.

A man threatens another man and woman with a handgun. The armed man is then hit in the back of the head with a shovel, knocking him to the ground. The man and woman run away. The armed man chases and shoots at tem, but misses.

Guns are used frequently. In one scene, a man is shot, we see a bloody hole in his back.

Several scenes of intense arguing, shouting, and threats. For example, during a traffic altercation, a man threatens to beat another man to death. During another prolonged argument scene, a man recounts his anal prison rape.

A few fist fights, most are used comical.

Constant use of profanity. The F-word is used significantly, among a few other common swear words.

A woman talks about abusing xanax, with and without alcohol.

It is implied that a man has been smoking marijuana in his office, because his office is full of smoke and he coughs and starts putting items away when someone knocks at his door. He tries waving the smoke out. The scene does not directly depict any actual drug use and does not focus on the subject.

Rated R for pervasive language including sexual references, graphic nudity, some violence and drug content
Australia:MA15+ (2012) / Canada:14A (Ontario) / France:Tous publics / Germany:16 / Hong Kong:IIB / India:A / Ireland:15A / Mexico:B15 / Netherlands:12 / New Zealand:R16 / Norway:15 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:M18 / South Korea:18 (2015) / Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) / UK:15 (2013) / USA:R (certificate #46102)

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