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Augustine appears unclothed several times, usually in a non-sexual situation (as a patient being examined or treated). One of these scenes lasts a minute or two. A couple of other times her bare breast is visible. Near the end of the film she is seen partially unclothed in a sexual situation, although the cinematic situation is more descriptive than erotic.

Augustine follows an instruction to behead a chicken being prepared for a meal. The headless chicken does what headless chickens do, and the camera is unsparing.

Several people smoke and some appear to imbibe alcohol, though there is no drunkenness.

The chicken dinner scene will be unpleasant for the queasy. There is a subtly implied rape while Dr Chacot is away, but the act can only be inferred; it is not depicted.

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