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Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, some sensuality and language

A dancer in a training session is implied to be nude, her breasts are briefly seen in a brief Blurred shot, and she is on stage topless, but smoke completely covers it. This scene is at 1:18:45 into the movie. Nothing important to the story happens.

A woman's bare back and brief upper buttocks are shown in a split second shot at a tattoo parlor. It is mostly covered by a table.

At the Spider club, a girl is sexually assaulted in a bathroom by a few young men. There is no nudity. There are repeated close-up shots of the men's hands touching the girl between her legs.

extended cut have nudity

The movie was made by the same producer and writer who created the Taken movies, so if you've seen those, you can get an idea of what to expect.

The movie features frequent, stylish violence with lots of shooting and killing. Blood is shown, but the movie is not overly gory or violent. Characters are threatened and lightly tortured for information. There's also lots of car chases and explosions. The main character suffers attacks and hallucinations (the images ripple back and forth), accompanied by nose-bleeds. A woman is decapitated in an elevator shaft (offscreen). There are car chases and explosions

3 uses of "f--k" (one is in subtitles). Other than that, several uses of the "S" word, 1 of "SOB," a few "d*mn, "Jesus Chr*st"

Main character takes a test heroin type drug to help him with his terminal brain cancer. He does this by needle and syringe. To fighting the hallucinogenic effect of the medicine, he also drink large amount of Vodka.

Supporting characters are shown, drinking or buying alcohol. An under-aged drinking is shown. Others are shown smoking.

Several scenes as mentioned above with shooting and some torture.

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, some sensuality and language (certificte #48907)

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